My Ford F-150 started to overheat really fast after the last hard freeze we had.
There is definitely a coolant leak by the manifold, but I am thinking it is a hose because that's where most the liquid looks like it is coming from, but the overheating seems to be caused by something else. If I fill up the coolant and leave the truck sitting for about 15 minutes, it will start getting warm and all of the sudden the coolant retainer will overflow and it starts overheating.
Also, the heat will randomly start blowing cold air. It will be blowing warm air the first 10 minutes then everything after that will be cold air.
From my knowledge a coolant leak will not just instantly overheat your car, or do I have this wrong?