You listed a 2.4L engine, and a V-6. The 2.4L is a four-cylinder, and the V-6 is a 2.5L. They are very different. If you have the 2.5L, there is a tube that runs under the intake manifold from the back of the water pump housing to the driver's side where the hose attaches. The water pump is the suspect. The coolant will pool in the middle of the engine, then run out on whichever side is lower. That's why it changes when you raise one side of the car.
Wednesday, May 31st, 2017 AT 11:52 PM