I have a 1994 Acura Legend. Recently it has been overheating and is apparently low on fluid. I had an engine swap done at the dealership 50k miles ago ( they also replaced my radiator, heater core, water pump and associated lines). There are no apparent leaks and after I drive it for a while its down about a quart. There is no condensation coming out of the exhaust so I doubt its water jackets. I have done a combustion test to check and see if its the head gasket but the test confirmed that the head gaskets are fine. I revved it in my driveway increasing the heat to around 180 degrees and there is no dripping. I check underneath my car before I leave every morning / night and it's clean as well. Before I leave I make sure to fill it with mixed Anti-Freeze and after driving it for a day or two it routinely overheats and acts low on fluid. I'm baffled as to how its losing fluid and overheating as it is. Any all help would be greatly appreciated.
Tuesday, September 25th, 2012 AT 5:21 AM