There are lots of places that can leak freon and some can be sealed with stop leak. The only way is to try it.
I think I have a water leak in my basement. What are some ways to detect and repair the leak?
First you have to identify the fluid that is leaking then locate the source of the leak before we can tell you how to repair it.
The cost to repair a water leak in a basement will depend with the leaking hole. The cost to repair it can range from $20 to about $150.
Find where it is leaking, and repair the leak, adding "Stop-leak" will possibly work, but may create more problems by doing so. If you can't find the leak, take it in for repair.
Increase the gland steam pressure if air is leaking in. If gland steam is leaking out, replace the seals. If the leak is in the casing, repair or replace the damaged parts.
OK, find the leak and repair it.
No just find out where the leak is and repair it.
That depends on where the oil leak is, is it in the motor self or is one of the seals leaking?
First pressure test system to determine where leak originates
Pressure test the system and repair the leak. Do not use a stop leak.
You'll first need to determine where the fuel leak is coming from and then replace or repair the leaking component .
The repair on the transmission line will depend on where it is. If the leak is at a coupling then the joint may be able to be tightened. If the line itself if leaking or split then it will have to be replaced.
If it is leaking at the bottom where it sets into transmission--shouldbe an "O" ring seal
The simple and really only answer I can give you is to find the leak and repair it.
The only permanent repair for a leaking water pump is to replace it. Any product that claims to stop the leak is only a temporary emergency repair that will not last and will partially clog your cooling system. Repair it the right way by replacing the pump.
I wouldn't recommend. Pressure on low side is still very high and ac system has a radiator just like a car, it will gum up inside everything and probably not stop leak. You should replace the hose or repair the leaking connection. If its a pinhole in metal or compressor case, maybe can be tig welded or something if it's not a part that can be removed
The repair depends on where it is leaking oil. As you didn't list the location it is impossible to give an answer.The repair depends on where it is leaking oil. As you didn't list the location it is impossible to give an answer.
Usually leaks at hose seals or refill valve.You need a "blue light" to find the leak before it can be repaired.Most good ac repair shops will check it for a small charge. any place that there is an O ring will have the possibility of leaking.
it all depends on where it is leaking.
By finding and repairing the leak.
The cost would depend on where the engine is leaking from. A leak from the main seals is far more expensive than a leak from a gasket.
It is low of refrigerant which means you have a leak that needs repair. After the repair the unit needs to be recharged.
look with a light to see where coolant is leaking from. whatever part is found to be leaking should be changed. If the car may not be worth a proper repair you can try a cooling system sealer to see if it might stop the leak
probably everywhere, but if you don't find out where the leak is, you may burn up the engine or transmission, so if it stops leaking, you have a problem. FIND the leakand repair it.
where is the gas leaking from from the left back driver side