well you look up from where the leak is coming from or the wear the water is dripping from and their you go you fond out wear the leak is.
AnswerCheck the crank pully bolt. If it has come loose you will have a leak.The crank pully bolt does not have anything to do with the crank shaft seal leak. Thebolt is independent of the seal. To replace seal remove crank shaft pully and you will have access to crank shaft seal, pull out & replace seal.
A loose crank pully retaining bolt will make it leak.
You probably need to replace the crankshaft seal
We need to know where the source of the leak is coming from to answer that one.
I am also dealing with a oil leak from a 2000 dodge caravan. Common problems seem to be valve cover and oil pan gaskets or crank seals. What is the engine size? First thing is to clean all the oil off and identify where the leak is coming from. For instance I found the leak on my 3 liter is coming from my front crank seal, now i just need to find some clear instructions on the right way to change it. GL
one piece does not leak as bad
It would depend on where the leak is coming from. Give us more info.
Depending what year, make and model you have, yes.
Wouldn't that depend on the type of toilet valve and where the leak is coming from that would dictate the type of repair?
have someone sit in car and spray it down with a garden hose to find leak
Depends entirely where the leak is coming from.
Usually caused by leak in heater coil.
Yes, if it is a sensor that goes into the block.
Not being curt but you have an oil leak. Can be any number of places the leak is coming from. If you crawl under the car with w flashlight you will more than likely see where it is coming from.
Overheating or coolant leak.
Crankshaft thrust bearings worn / dislodged allowing crankshaft to walk back and forth. Seal is pushed out the front of engine and creates Huge oil leak. By this point, the bearings,crank , and possibly block , have be damaged.
There is a seal to seal the pan to the block. This seal goes out mostly do to lack of oil changes. Change oil then add a stop seal leak additive that closes off the leak with no harm to the engine. It works!
Because there is a leak in the pipe of the water main.
Climb underneath and look around. Yea, it's pretty low tech, but if you see traces of green or brown deposits, that's where the leak is running down.
will it be the outer air close sensor or the intake will have a leak in it
In order to stop leaks on a convertible it is important to find out the source of the leak. For example, if the leak is coming from the radiator the common fix for that is to have the radiator replaced. A certified mechanic would be able to locate the leak and provide a quote on the cost to fix the leak.
It would depend greatly on where the leak is coming from. Need more info.
Generally it would be an unmetered air leak in the intake system. Or it could be a faulty crank/cam sensor