could be freeze plug, or intake leaking
Heater hoses? freez plugs
More than likely from either the water tube that connects to the back of the water pump (it is under the intake manifold) or it is leaking where the water pump mounts to the engine block.
yes it could be faulty without leaking , the impellor on the back could of come away and not be pumping water around the engine , to check this take the radiator cap off and have a look if the water goes up and down when you excellorate the engine , if it does the must be a nother problem
Could be a heater hose
easy, head gasket
There is a heater hose that goes to the left rear top side of the intake manifold and that fitting leaks engine coolant sometimes and it will run down the back of the intake around the distributor. If that fitting is not leaking then the intake manifold gasket is leaking coolant in the corners of it. REplace the intake gasket. That's all that can leak coolant on that year engine. If coolant is leaking out between the transmission and engine block then you have a freeze plug leaking in the back of the engine, between the transmission and block. Must remove the transmission and flywheel to fix it.
it is on the front bottom in the back of the engine it runs of the timing chain. very prone to leaking not nice to change
it is probably your freeze plugs
On my 1995 Explorer , with the 4.0 L OHV engine , the starter is on the drivers side of the engine , mounted low near the back of the engine in front of the transmission
its having its period
Leaking from the water pump at the back on the passenger side.
There are a lot of places, but most often leaks are caused by a bad valve cover gasket. It might be just on the firewall side of the engine.
Need to check the back to corners on the intake, they our none for leaking. There is 2 freeze plugs in the back of engine between the bell houseing and block.
If it is red fluid leaking, then you have a transmission leak. If it is oil then the rear main oil seal is leaking on the back of the engine. You need to look at the top back part of the engine to make sure the back of the intake is not leaking oil, check back corners of the valve covers for leaks too. Need to make sure the oil sending unit that is back beside the distributor is not leaking oil. Ruel these things out before you tackle the rear main oil seal.
Check the back of the engine on either side.
I would suspect a leaking water pump, if I remember correctly it is mounted right in front of the timing cover and if it is leaking from the back the water will find it's way out somehow.
your a/c if you run a/c it's the condensation melting doesn't happen if a/c is not working correct ? anyways totally normal..
the lead that goes to radiator came out, when l put back in would not hold and now leaking, water pressure was low and water is funny colour (kinda red)
If it's leaking from the back of the water pump then most likely you should go ahead and replace it because its leaking from the weep hole which tells you basicly that your water pump is about to stop working its a way to warn you before your motor locks up
I believe that is at the back / top of the engine
it should exit somewhere thru the firewall into the engine bay. pull it back into the cabin, and blow out the water. it should exit somewhere thru the firewall into the engine bay. pull it back into the cabin, and blow out the water.
antifreeze does not enter the engine at any time. locate and follow your radiator hoses and follow then and check for cracks or punctures.
1. Water pump possibly weak, failing or leaking coolant 2. Thermostat is not operating correctly or the housing for it is leaking coolant. 3. The water jacket in the engine block has possible restrictions or leaks somewhere. Head gasket breach...leaking coolant? Freeze plugs on side of block? 4. The radiator hoses (upper or lower) have issues and are leaking. What area of the engine compartment is the STEAMING COOLANT coming from? Top, Bottom, Front, Back, Radiator, Engine etc. (This info is important for anyone to be able to help diagnose the problem without being able to ACTUALLY see it).
If it is on the right side of the truck, back of the engine, after using the A/C it might be the condense water from A/C. It tends to drip on the chassis first and then on the floor, quite a lot though, but harmless.