If your car will not hold water you should first check your radiator for holes and leaks. This should be done with the engine turned off. If you do not find any leaks coming from the radiator and the water stays inside, turn on your vehicle and let it idle. If you notice water leaking from the vehicle while it is running, then your water pump is bad and will need to be replaced.
This depends entirely what type of car this is but: There is a serious failure of brakes or other safety equipment.
a car can hold up to 3 gallons.
If it's aimed at the wrong car - sure.
yes it does damage your car and your car wont run ; ]
one reason this may happen is as simple as the cap on your cars coolant reservoir is stripped or improperly screwed on. when this happens it doesn't allow pressure to build or hold.
If your car has the check engine on it could be your fuel pressure regulator located on your fuel rail..
Obviously if it will not start, there IS something wrong with it.
dude every dame car holds oil so.............
Usually the spark plugs or the timing.
It is either getting no fuel or no spark.
you must have the wires on the wrong way.
Probably got some water in the distributor.
check for cats
By diagnosing what is exactly wrong with it like getting into a car that wont start
whats wrong if my car wont shift to the next gear automaticly when its driving