This video is presented to you by BOVAG Under the bonnet, we can go looking for leaks. When coolant has
dried up it becomes red or white, usually that means there’s an old leak. When it comes to oil, the engine might sweat a little. But, when there are
firm drops on the engine or beneath it, you should ask yourself if this is
the car for you. You should always start the engine when it’s cold. Ask someone else to it for you,
so that you can be focused on the sounds it makes. If it hisses, clatters, starts with metallic sounding scraping. Just the sounds
you don’t want to hear. This car runs fine though. At the rear of the car, you inspect the exhaust on it’s fumes.
Whether it’s white, black or blue smoke. Those colors could mean trouble. In the winter, you always see the the vapor, but that isn’t
the case this time of year. This video is presented to you by BOVAG