You can put a new or rebuilt water pump in to stop the leak. That's the only right way.
Yes. Suggest using "Bars Leak" Anything else may plug up your radiator. Yes, but recognize that stop-leak in any form will only stop the problem temporarily. As the radiator heats and cools it also expands and contracts. Sooner or later, the stop-leak will fail. And it will probably be sooner than later.
Repair the pipe of fixture to stop your leak.
Generally, I don't put much faith in stop-leak products. There's no such thing as a bottle of mechanics. It's at BEST a temporary fix, if it does anything positive at all.
The only way that actually works is to change the radiator. "Radiator Stop Leak" products don't really stop anything, except maybe you being able to spend that $5 on a Big Mac or something.
Yes, it is normal for a woman to enter menopause between ages 45-55 - this means a woman is no longer ovulating regularly, thus no longer menstruates regularly.
Replace the line that is leaking, and do not try any stop leak.
No, thay have never made anything in a can that will fix something. If you add stop leak to your transmission it will mess up the seals and you will have to have the transmission rebuilt. It would be best to just fix the leak and a whole lot cheaper.
A raw egg in to the tank.
A good stop leak product for a radiator is the Bar's line of stop leak. It comes in an easy to pour bottle which seeks out leaks and seals them in minutes.
Most stop leak additives do nothing but empty your wallet. Replace the gasket that is leaking.
You can use an oil stop-leak product to stop an oil leak on your 2002 Peugeot 206 1.4.
You need to find the leak to be able to stop it. Check all of the hoses and the engine around the gaskets, as well as the heater core to find the leak.
You can't stop any other person from doing (or trying) anything. What you CAN do is stop giving up control of your own mind.
you fix the leak
Depends on how severe the leak is. If it is a bad leak at the pump, then you more than likely need to replace the pump. If it is leaking severely at a hose, the hose needs replacing. If it is a very minor leak, you can try a PS stop leak, such as Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak. This may or may not stop the leak.
use leak stop or something. Where is your oil leak?
Read the directions on the container of stop leak. There are many stop leak products out there. Keep in mind that this is a temperary fix at best. I suggest that you do not. It causes more harm than good.
Yes, had the problem myself. The power steering pumps leak on the very often. Stop leak is a quick but not a permanent fix.
Pressure test the system and repair the leak. Do not use a stop leak.
Repairing the section of pipe that is leaking will stop a leak on a hot water line.
Try Bars Stop Leak; its` worked wonders for some, none for others. Worth a shot though.
radiator leak. try adding " leak stop"
There are lots of places that can leak freon and some can be sealed with stop leak. The only way is to try it.
Barr's Stop Leak is a brand of radiator repair chemicals. Barr's Stop Leak is poured in the radiator and the engine is run at an idle for a few minutes. It will repair small leaks like those that happen if a rock strikes the radiator.