I have a 1995 Silverado with 210k miles. It's been a really good truck until this morning. Driving toward work it started overheating and only cold air from the heater. "low coolant" I say to myself. I turn around (that's how fast the trouble started) and got it back into the garage. Open the hood, nothing in the reservoir, open the radiator, no coolant. :shocked: Add some 50/50 and start looking for leaks. Nothing on top. So I look underneath and find a fairly steady drip from just behind the oil pan. So I crawl under, with the old girl still running, and find coolant dripping out from the starter hold down bolts, and from under the torqu converter cowl (that piece of metal that covers the ring gear). So I check the exhaust, no smoke, no water. I check the oil, no milkyness. So, does anyone know if this is a cracked head?, block? or something else? And is it something that a product like Steel Seal will take care of or am I looking at a rebuild/replace situation? With 200k+ miles, and 15 years old, I'm not sure I want to put a bunch more money into it, but until the government gets out of the manufacturing business, I can't buy a new GM or Chrysler (my personal aversion to doing business with government entities). And I've never been a big fan of Fords. I guess I could look around for a PGO (Pre Gov't Owned) model with fairly low mileage. But still . . . So andy ideas? Thanks!!