What I am thinking is that there may be a breach in the intake manifold. You may be getting coolant in to the cylinders and then into the exhaust.
This is a problem that can be gradual with symptoms or unexpectly at once. These have a plastic intake that fails near a cooling port as it can't handle the heat.
IF coolant rushes in fast enough you'll have hydolic lock up. The hydrolic lock up is classic symptom on this one. IF it happens you may end up twisted internal parts. There is 50/50 chance you'll need an engine if this happens.
Take a piece of white cardboard or preferably plastic that you can catch the liquid. Then compare it to your other liquids. Best bet is to try to see what is is driiping off of. Brake fluid can be dark, but should be clear. You would feel a brake pedal loss however.
Saturday, January 20th, 2007 AT 3:56 PM