Losing water daily
2003 Rover 25 1.4 ie 16v

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helen1984
Driver
1 points

Problem added: Sep 28, 2010 (10 years ago)
i bought a rover 25 6mts ago, got the headgasket done and 3 wks ago it started loosing water i have to fill it daily now, the oil looks a bit watery but the oil cap is clean, any ideas please!
Car: Rover 25
Variant: 1.4 ie 16v
Model Year: 2003
Category: Engine & Drivetrain
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whittingehame
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21,102 points

Sep 28, 2010 (10 years ago)
If you cant see where the water is going , a pressure test will show any external leaks .If still nothing showing , a sniff test (block test ) will tell you if it's the head / gasket at fault again.
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2145simon
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1,055 points

Sep 29, 2010 (10 years ago)
as advised get a pressure test done on cooling system and check for leaks,water pumps,coolant rail and thermostat housing are prone to leaking on the k-series engine as well as the obvious head gasket problem

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