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I am losing coolant as fast as I pour it in. It seems to be coming from the back passenger side of the radiator. What can be the cause?

One possible cause of a radiator leak is a faulty radiator cap. The cap is what keeps the coolant in the radiator, so if it's not working properly, the coolant can leak out. Another possibility is a hole or crack in the radiator itself. This can be caused by corrosion or physical damage. If you're losing coolant as fast as you're pouring it in, it's important to have the problem diagnosed and repaired as soon as possible, or you could risk damaging your engine.

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I have a situation like this; the engine cranks, the ignition is slow, and the car does not start. What's the problem?

One possibility is that the battery may be weak or dead. If this is the case, you'll need to jumpstart the car or replace the battery. Another potential problem is that the starter may malfunction. Th...

When I turn the key in my car, all I hear is a continuous clicking noise, and it won't start.

When a car makes a continuous clicking noise but won't start, it's often because the battery is dead or has a low charge. This can be caused by leaving the lights on overnight or not driving the car f...

What's the reason that brake lights will not turn off after turning the car off?

Brake lights are an important safety feature in any vehicle. They are designed to illuminate when the brakes are applied, warning drivers behind you that you are slowing down. However, sometimes the b...

Why does my brake light blink?

When you press the brake pedal in your car, the brake light should come on to let other drivers know that you are slowing down or stopping. However, sometimes the brake light will start to blink inste...

Which wheels are powered by the engine in an 18-wheeler?

The engine in the 18-wheeler power the two rear axles, or wheels. This is because the trailer's weight is often too much for the front wheels to bear. Having the engine power the rear wheels helps to ...