jeep liberty My Coolant dissappears

jeep liberty My Coolant dissappears

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Kachi 3 Rep.

I drive a 2004 jeep liberty and I have to fill by coolant every morning. Where does it go to? That is not the case with my other cars. How do I test if I have a blown head gasket?

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SHODOPS 11 Rep.

Filling coolant every morning? Kai! This is obscure… Check if your radiator fan(s) are working or the radiator cap for firmness. Meanwhile, there could be leakages in d fin lines. Blown head gasket? To ascertain this, the vehicle will be incessantly offing itself even while in motion. Contact your mechanic or a professional to fix this problem immediately. Thanks…

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Kenzo 395 Rep.

Deep. But not yet too deep. This coolant is ordinary Water yea? Now you fill every morning, but it could worsen and start shorting after 6 hours. This could get you stranded and maybe damage the car engine. Get it looked at as soon as you can.

On visual inspection can you see anywhere water drips to the floor from an apparent leak somewhere in the engine?  Always carry spare bottles of water in the car as you drive around just in case 

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Kenzo 395 Rep.

I doubt your gasket is blown. The engine would have gone off and flooded itself with oil. It’s as good as  engine “knock”. So you haven’t blown it,  but if you dont control the temperature and coolant you could.

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Kenzo 395 Rep.

I doubt your gasket is blown. The engine would have gone off and flooded itself with oil. It’s as good as  engine “knock”. So you haven’t blown it,  but if you dont control the temperature and coolant you could.

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Ebere 97 Rep.

I really don’t think your gasket is blown. It most likely seems like the problem is from the radiator but since I’m not 100% certain, I suggest you drive the vehicle, park it when the engine is still running and still hot, then carefully pop the hood. You can only detect the cause of the leak when the coolant is hot and pressurized.

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