2002 Chrysler Van • 150,000 miles
Went to turn on heat & clunk noise. Everything seemed fine. Got to work pulled in parking spot & there was a puddle of water as soon as I stopped. Radiator full, it's definitely water, not oil, not transmission fluid. What could it be?
Can you tell if the fluid is antifreeze? If so, maybe a heater core problem? If it is pure water could be condensation from ac? I'm not sure about the clunk noise?
No coolant, no oil, no transmission fluid. Just water. Thought a hose broke?
But if the heat was on, why condensation from the AC? I have seen the condensation from my AC before but never when the heat is on.
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