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Thread: Hyundai Verna Radiator Coolant leak

                  
   
   
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    Hyundai Verna Radiator Coolant leak

    I have Hyundai Verna, has done 40k km and gives me a few problems. A few days ago I had an experience a little smoke from the hood and open the hood, I found out it had a coolant leak. Later, when I went to the service center, conducted a test and found nothing was wrong with the car. After a few days I am getting the same problem again. Do not know what might be causing the problem please suggest.

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    I think this problem is due to overheating is causing the problem. First, you should check if the radiator fan is working and then even check the cooling line may be blogs that can block the flow of coolant.

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    You must get this issue resolved as soon as possible and make sure it does not lead to an hour as the engine could overheat and overheating could damage the board or the crankshaft. One of my friends car engine has being change because of this problem, as it was discovered when the car was completely seized due to this problem.

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    So just check the coolant level and radiator fan, if well then I'm sure the water pump could be wrong or a blocked or hit the radiator thermostat valve this will result in circulation of coolant at both cause overheating.

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