I have a 1994 Toyota Corolla. For the past couple of days, every morning, I have been noticing a little bit of light green colored liquid under the hood of the car. Is this the anti-freeze leaking? Any ideas on what it would take to fix this? Thanks in advance.
Green fluid is coolant. Step one: Find leak. Step two: Fix leak.
Common leaks are worn out radiator caps or worn out hoses. More expensive common problems are water pumps and seal leaks.
Before you drive your car for another 2 feet, open the hood and check the coolant level !!!
If you don’t know how to do this, please read about it in your Owners’ Manual.
Make sure you have enough coolant in the expansion reservoir AND the radiator (unscrew the radiator cap and peek inside-fluid should be all the way to the neck of the radiator).
Driving your car without enough coolant, will damage your engine in very short order.
“unscrew the radiator cap and peek inside-fluid should be all the way to the neck of the radiator”
Do this only when the engine is completely cold, such as in the AM, before starting the engine!