By now, you’ve heard the news: your gas tank has leaked, or at least, the fluid leaking from the fuel lines.
The leaks aren’t too serious, and most people won’t even notice them if you’ve already got an engine running.
But if you do notice the leaks, you should be ready to fill your tank with coolant.
If you have a gas leak in your gas line, it’s possible that your tank has a coolant leak, and the leak could damage your engine.
Fortunately, there are two types of coolant leaks: those in the combustion chamber and those in coolant lines.
To make matters worse, some of these leaks can cause problems with your vehicle’s suspension and/or the way it moves, so you should check with your mechanic if you’re considering an engine swap.
You can also check with a mechanic for a leak on your transmission fluid.