Bill 2/15/2011Well better check again,prefferable when coolant hot for a leak, Coolant has to be going somewhere. Also check oil for any signs of a coolant on dipstick, Oil will look milky with visible small bubbles on dip stick to be sure coolant isn't entering crankcase.
deanb 2/15/2011No visible leaks, oil checks fine, but losing coolant somewhere. Have you verified the coolant is not going into the combustion chamber? True, that if you're leaking enough your exhaust may have an antifreeze smell to it - particularly when warm. But if it's a miniscule leak, it may require a compression test at a reputable garage.
charles 2/17/2011put some pepper in raidadtor to stop leak my dad did this all the time for small leaks it works for me to.