it all depends on how big the hole is. but i would not suggest ever using a "leak stopper" unless it is an absoulue emergency, they always cause problems down the road which can get very expensive. I agree with that fella above...If you MUST use something use a table spoon of black pepper. This stuff is a miracle worker and its not AS detrimental to the other components of the cooling system. My grandaddy showed me this "indian trick" on an old Dodge car with a crack in the water pump....It ran fine for several years answer i agree with not using stop leak it makes the problem worse down the road the black pepper solution i have used many times in engines fro 4 cylanders all the way up to 450 horsepower truck engines most laugh but it is fool proof and will come out of engine when u dump radiator other than that, replace heater core they are not expensive
Antifreeze leaking from the heater core.
The heater core has failed and is leaking engine coolant.
Heater core, windshield, or a clogged cowl drain line. If the liquid tastes sweet it is coolant and the heater core is leaking. Heater core must be replaced. If not, it is one of the other 2 problems.
Orange liquid leaking from any vehicle is usually a sign of a leaking cooling system. If the location is in the front then it is likely an issue with the radiator.
You have to remove the entire dash to get to the heater core. It is a job that makes even the most experienced mechanics cringe. What is the problem. If it is not putting out warm air you can back flush it. If it is leaking put some Alumaseal in your radiator. It won't clog up your cooling system, but will stop a leak in the heater core. I think it's a couple of bucks at your auto parts store. Don't put any of that Bar's leaks in the system. It WILL clog up your radiator. Stay away from the liquid gooey kind of leak fixer. Use only Alumaeal. After putting it in let your car fully heat up and turn on the heater maximum to get it to work.
Place a white towel on the floor of the car if when you press it down on there and the liquid is green its coolant leaking into your car it could be coming from a hose or your heater core
You can condense a liquid by putting in heat.
leaking oxygen cylinders and liquid oxygen systems in the immediate area
Yes, the leak definitely sounds like a leaking heater core. Sometimes they are easy to replace, and sometimes they are difficult. You can try some radiator stop leak in the radiator but most of the time they have to be replaced. If you do it yourself, get a good repair manual from an auto parts store. It will have the instructions on how to replace it.
This is coolant. You have a leak in your cooling system or you water pump has failed and is leaking.
Take it to someone to fix it.
Red liquid is usually transmission fluid. transmission fluid
If it is just plain water, then you have either a leaking windshield or more than likely a stopped up A/C drain line. Look under the car passenger side and find the drain line and unclog it. If, on the other hand you have coolant leaking, then you have a leaking heater core, which must be replaced. Taste and smell the liquid. If it smells and taste sweet it is coolant and not just water.
In any liquid.
putting something in liquid! :p
yes, it is possible for a human to be a liquid.
Possible heater core leaking. If the liquid taste sweet it is coolant and the hater core needs replacing. If it is just plain water, then the A/C condensor drain line is probably stopped up. Located near firewall, passenger side, under car.
The correct method would be putting the liquid into a beaker!
By putting it in a container and applying the formula of the shape the liquid makes in order to find its volume.
If you're female and pregnant, then I would say yes, your bag of waters is leaking. In that case you need to get to the hospital. Once the waters begin leaking, you have limited time to wait.