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about a year ago we had a warm winter. My truck would overheat every once in a while and I would pull on over and let it cool. Here is my question: Are there any plastic parts in the coolant system that could have melted just perfectly to spit out coolant 1) every once in a great while 2) about half a quart all at once when it does 3) when it does spit out coolant, it spits it in such a way to allow it to get none on the belt, but all over the front end stuff thats between the road and the middle of the engine (verticle) and between the engine and the cooling fan (horizontal) I have recently topped it off. Only the reservoir goes empty. It will stay topped for quite some time (months) Sometimes there is no smell of coolant, while other times one can strongly smell it in the cab. One time I had parked the truck and while I was walking away from it I heard the sound of a dog, a really big dog, pissing itself. turned around, saw coolant on the ground, smelled coolant from my truck, and found that it had spat out a mouthful of coolant! That has happened one other time this year. I fear that times when I am on the road and it happens, it burns up before I can find where it is coming from. It is funny that only the res goes empty though. Happy Hannakah!
Hey all, I purchased my truck a year and a half ago (second owner), and it had a Sony CD player. Last night, it crapped out while truck was running. I checked fuses, all was fine! so i figured the Sony just died. I just bought a replacement... a Pioneer, so I re-wired the new harness (thank god for colored wires!) and i turned my truck on, and still nothing out of the new unit. am i missing steps here? I drive a ton, if i don't have radio, i'm going to lose my mind!! 2005 GMC Sierra WT Reg. Cab Short Bed 4x4 2005 GMC Envoy SLT 4x4 2004 Chevrolet Suburban LT 4x4