Dodge Neon 2005 is still loosing water.I have replaced water pump, radiator cap, thermosstat, radiator, burped and still loosing water? It is driving me crazy. Could it be the freeze plug????

Asked by Aug 06, 2015 at 03:22 PM about the 2005 Dodge Neon 4 Dr SXT Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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take it to any good shop and see if they will pressure test the system and have it checked for an emissions leak inthe rad.fill / cap.. could be a freeze plug...so have it pressure tested..that will show the leak/s

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Pressure test the cooling system if not leak is found on the floor, Do you get white smoke when you start the engine? if so then it may be a head gasket. I have also seen this, if you don't have the correct mixture 50/50, and you say have 60 water and 40 anti freeze you will sometime heat up the water and evaporate it. but that would only be a little water.

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