The intake manifold are very bad about corroding a hole in them which means that you will have to replace it.
Intake gasket leaking on the inside of engine.
Bad thermostat, Low on engine coolant--( coolant leak ) Cracked head, Leaking head gasket,
A head gasket does not wear out and there is no specific reason for replacing one unless it fails. Usually, head gasket failure is related to engine overheating that causes the heads to warp. Thank you, but it's not the head gasket that has broken. I had the seal replaced last year because it was cracked/leaking and leaking oil. And now the garage says it needs replacing again. Should it been leaking again so soon (after 13,000 miles)?
Normally oil leaking from the top of an engine is a sign that you have a leak at a valve cover. The cover may be loose or the gasket may be defective. Tighten the valve cover bolts to no more than 5 lb/ft of torque. If that does not stop the leak, the gasket will need replacing.
If the power steering rack is leaking, it is likely an seal or a gasket. Replacing the seal or gasket should stop the leak.
It can if it is leaking coolant into engine or out side of engine.
you might have a blown head gasket and the coolant is leaking into the cylender and the engine is burning it.
Sounds like water pump needs replacing The main pulley is near the top of the engine. The water pump is toward the front of the engine. It is possible that water appears to be leaking from this pulley, but there is a manifold gasket right above it. Double check to find exactly where the water is exiting the engine block. My first hunch is a leaking gasket.
Your engine may have a leaking hose connection or a leaking gasket at the water outlet. It could also be a leaking hose.
The head gasket may be leaking. Try having it changed.
yes there is an "O" ring that forms a gasket under the distributer
leaking head gasket
easy, head gasket
Probably your cam cover gasket (top of engine)leaking into the wells. You can use sealant instead of gasket
Usually a leaking hose into or out of the water pump (depending on its location), or the water pump gasket.
It is possible for engine oil to float on engine coolant. This occurs when there is a leaking or blown gasket.
Sometimes a leaking valve cover gasket can be fixed by simply retorquing the bolts to their proper torque. If that doesn't solve the problem, the gasket will have to be replaced as per your engine manufacturer's specifications.
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.
The head gasket sits between the head and the engine block if it is leaking out where you can see the coolant, yes you can smell the coolant if it is leaking into the engine no you cannot smell the coolant. You can check the oil to see if it has coolant in the oil if it does then the head gasket might be blown.
im guessing someone has told you that you have a 'leaking valve cover gasket'. the valve cover is normally on the top of the engine,above the pistons, sometimes its where you put the oil into. The gasket is where the cover joins with the block.
Head Gaskets are a seal between the engine block and cylinder heads. It keeps oil, coolant, and pressure inside the engine. Usually if its "blown" the car cannot be driven due to lack of pressure in the cylinders. Smaller problems like a cracked or leaking gasket will be noticed by overheating, leaking of fluids and mild to severe decrease in engine performance. Since it is inside the engine usually replacing one involves removing the engine. Cost for repairs can run from $500 to about $2300
NO get it fixed or you will be replacing an engine $$$ Soon.