I am having overheating
problems with my Isuzu C240 diesel
. It appears to be losing coolant
from the heat exchanger
at a fairly prodigous rate, but I see no evidence of the loss in the bilge
. Once I discovered the problem, I was able to "baby" the engine
along with no real problems by just adding more water
every hour or so during operation.
Now, before this problem occurred, the engine
belt (which also powers the heat exchanger
pump) was broken and the engine overheated then before I shut it down (see previous post). So, I wonder if the thermostat being stuck could be involved here, although that wouldn't seem to explain the loss of fluid.
any thoughts would be appreciated.