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55 Plate Sedona Coolant Problem
I am losing a lot of water recently. No obvious sign of leak (no split hoses, no puddles under car), so I suppose 3 possibilities. 1) cylinder head gasket blown. I am waitinhg on a block tester kit from eBay which hopefully will confirm one way or the other. 2) Rear heater hoses damaged, split etc. I have beentold that Sedonas are prone to this problem. If no. 1 is all clear this is my next point of investigation. However, there is a 3), and this is it. When the car has been driven for some time, and the engine is turned off, I can hear a gurgling noise coming from behind the bulkhead in the front passenger footwell. What is here please? I have looked at manuals but can find nothing! There is definately a gurgling sound coming from this location - if I can identify what is makung the noise I might be someway to solving my problem!
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The Gurgling sound will be coming from the expansion tank H, next time you go out, undo the cap on top of the tank & do your journey, on your return just listen if you still hear the sounds, also check the overflow pipe out of the Expansion Tank, " This may be out of your vision" so you may not see the loss. RE-CHECK the carpets within your car to see if they are wet, it may be a heater hose if your Lucky.