The easiest way to fix a 1988 Ford Bronco gas hose leak is to replace the hose. You can also patch the week in the hose.
transmission cooling hoses going to and from radiator.thanks for the answer
Power steering hoses can be replaced if they leak.
you can take oil and put it where you suspect there to be a vacuum leak. If there is a leak the oil will be pulled into the engine or hose
Where is the leak? From one of the hoses? Replace it. From the pump? buy a rebuild kit for $12.00 and rebuild your pump or buy a rebuilt pump for $50.00 and swap it out. From the steering gear box? Remove it and replace the seals or replace it with a rebuilt box.
if the leak is on the hose it has a crack or hole in it, if it is at the fitting end it is probably an o ring seal gone bad.
Air Leak or hose has come off from MAP sensor
power steering fluid dumped out what caused this
have someone sit in car and spray it down with a garden hose to find leak
you may have a leak in a hose and it is running to the back of the engine from the hose in the front and it may be a bottom hose I have a 94 model Ford and I had the same problem. I found out that the freeze plugs had cracked and rusted out till they began to leak.
could be a vacuum hose leak--had the same problem and once the hose was replaced it stopped.
***Check the PCV valve. This can cause a vacuum leak which most likely your problem.***
Hose failure, core plug failure, headgasket failure
It sounds like you have a vacuum leak from either a vacuum hose or a leak or crack in your intake. Check for hissing sounds.
There is an aluminum plate between the water pump and the block. For some reason, after time, they all start to leak in the Ford Bronco II. They leak the antifreeze into your oil, causing the problem and eventually it will ruin your motor. You need to replace the plate, but it's really expensive and requires pulling the motor.
To replace a lower radiator hose on a Ford Focus, use a bucket to catch any antifreeze that might leak. Loosen the clamp from both ends on the hose that needs to be replaced. Put the clamps on the new hose and reposition the hose on the radiator and the other end where it needs to go. Tighten the clamps. Refill the radiator with antifreeze.
the v6 2.9 litre ford motors cam,e with aluminum heads and after a few years of wear and tear and constant heat they tend to expand and contract until the warp or crack and no longer seal well causing them to leak or blow the motor.
A blocked heater hose could cause a leak. A stopped up heater core could as well. Or the connector in the Windstar could be cracked.
The fuel float will float in water but not fuel because it has a small leak in the float. Water and fuel have difference densities, and the leak is likely small enough to let fuel in, but not water. For an 88 Bronco, the part you are looking for is COAZ-9202-B
ck for vacuum leak at the pcv valve hose
You probably have a vacuum leak. Check under the hood for a disconnected vacuum hose.
Sounds like a possible oil pan gasket leak, also check around the oil filter and make sure that it seated properly when it was installed.
Any coolant hose could be leaking. Clean the engine bay, removing dirt and grime. Watch closely to see where the leak is. Also check all hose clamps to make sure that they are tight.
If the bypass hose on the 2000 Cavalier is rubber then the hose can be cut and spliced together with a coupling to fix the leak. If the hose it metal then it will need to be replaced.
Depending on where the leak is you just replace the vacuum hose or the bad part the hose is attached to.
replace the hose