I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee I am not sure if a repair can be made. Today my 3rd radiator is being installed. There appears to be plastic and alum that join together sort of a crimped joint. This is where my failures occured. The first was under my extended warranty. The second occured 3 months after the first. So it was still under the second installation warranty. At one time the Radiatior was all alum and leaks could be easily repaired. They may have needed to be taken out but not replaced with a new one each time.
I like my Jeep Cherokee. It appears that the coolant system, brakes, and air conditioner seem to be it's weak points.
If your 1998 Jeep Cherokee is leaking coolant, it might be a seal but it is more likely that it is a hose. This might also be a radiator leak, a loose hose clamp, or the freeze plugs in the radiator.
Most of the "stop leak" products turn your antifreeze black. It's very likely someone used stop leak in your car.
What is a tuping
Leak detection pump.
Bad bearing? Leak onto engine component?
Either the induction system has a leak (air cleaner housing, tubing, etc.) or you have a vacuum leak.
engine coolant willleak from hose if you remove,it. if nothing comes out, then obviously there is not enuff coolant in the system to operate correctly
It might be an exhaust leak
probably a fuel leak somewhere .
The obvious answer would be that there would be a leak somewhere...
Antifreeze leak in a 1999 Jeep may be as a result of a defective water pump or a cracked engine block.Antifreeze leak in your 1999 Jeep could be as a result of a radiator fluid leak, a cracked engine block, a defective water pump, or any other reason.
Trouble code P0442 means: Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (small leak)
Because the leak is high up in the tank.
Radiator hoses, radiator, thermostat gasket,
Well you have to identify it first. It could be just the condensation from the A/C after you turn of the engine or could be some other leak. I had one on my jeep where the radiator and the hose connected. Be sure to check around there. To fix it, buy a new radiator.
There may be a fuel leak. This may be serious. Many fires have started because of fuel leaks. Have this vehicle checked for fuel leaks.
From the transmission? No? But antifreeze & transmission fluid can mix. Your transmission uses a small portion of the radiator as a transmission cooler, normally at the very bottom or side. In very rare instances, this cooler can develop a leak and allow transmission fluid and antifreeze to mix together. The only fix is to replace the radiator.
The oil could be getting into you coolant system. Check to see if your radiator fluid is milky brown.It could be a leak that only happens when your jeep is in motion.
possible faulty leak detection pump
There shouldn't be, but if you do, that indicates an oil leak somewhere
1. If it loses coolant there is a pressure leak. The leak may be internal. 2. The radiator fan may not be coming on when it should. 3. The thermostat is stuck open or closed or has been removed. 4. Loose or broken fan belt. 5. The water pump doesn't work right. 6. The radiator or other parts of the cooling system (including heater radiator) are clogged
As long as you can keep adding coolant to it.
Trouble code P0455 means: Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (gross leak/no flow)