you might have a blown head gasket and the coolant is leaking into the cylender and the engine is burning it.
Your engine may have a leaking hose connection or a leaking gasket at the water outlet. It could also be a leaking hose.
Yes, coolant can leak from the engine. If it's hot outside and you're running the Air Conditioner (AC) and you back up and see a liquid on the ground, it's probably condensation from the AC unit. Or, it could be collant leaking from the engine. How old is the car? Do you consider radiator hoses to be part of the engine? Radiator hoses should be replaced every 3-5 years, especially if there are bulges, or if they're leaking.
Red liquid is usually transmission fluid. transmission fluid
Could be leaking transmission fluid.
could be freeze plug, or intake leaking
it could ruin your engine, to were it is unfix-able :(
The clear liquid could be indicative of a basilar skull fracture.
Probably not. White smoke indicates engine coolant getting into the engine cylinders and burning off. This could be a from a leaking head gasket or a crack in the block.
If it's leaking transmission fluid, could be a bad pump seal. If it's leaking engine oil, could be a bad oil filter, leaking valve cover gasket, leaking intake manifold gasket, leaking oil pressure sender, leaking distributor gasket.
Bumps that release a clear liquid when squeezed could be many different things. Examples they could be are acne, cysts, poison ivy or boils.
could be bad piston rings,are your spark plugs oily,is your carb.tuned right,your intake manifold could be leaking
If the engine is overheating rapidly and/or blowing oil then it could be.
Not unless it is leaking so badly as to get enough oil on the plug wires to short them out.
Are you referring to a loud exhaust sound? If so, it could be (Going from the engine back to the tailpipe) a cracked or leaking exhaust manifold - a leaking exhaust pipe - a leaking catalytic converter - a leaking muffler. That covers the exhaust system. If you are talking about a noisy clattering sound in the engine, you could possibly need a valve adjustment.
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.
CFI ? The fuel pressure regulator could be leaking.
If oil is leaking on a Briggs and Stratton 18.5 horsepower engine, it is likely a seal is bad. It could be the manifold or the bottom seal.
if it leaks on left side of engine at hose,could be a bad water pump! on 3.1 engine. if pump is bad it will leak out of releif hole on bottom of pump!
If its leaking from the gas tank directly, then yes...but it could also be leaking from the gas line or the engine or any of the connections in between.
If it runs empty transmission failure If it is leaking on hot part of engine or exhaust - fire risk If it is leaking near tire track loss of traction could occur
If it is white smoke, it could be leaking coolant into combustion chamber by a leaking head gasket, cracked block, or warped or cracked cylinder head. If it is black smoke, the engine is running to rich. (too much fuel going into engine). If it is blue smoke, engine is burning oil,(valve seals or rings).
Could be a leaking head gasket
It could be a freeze plug on the side of the engine block by the motor mount.
you have gasoline leaking into the engine when stopped could be a faulty injector