What would cause water to leak from plugs above the gearbox?
The only water that should be leaking from an automobile would be from the condensation drain for the Air Conditioning or from condensation out the exhaust pipe.
There are a couple possibilities for foam in a gearbox. Gear oil is created with an anti-foaming additive in it, so if the fluid starts to break down because of normal wear, then it will start to foam. The solution is easy. Just change the fluid. The second option is that it got water in it, and the water will cause a foam. Also, just change the fluid.
tRY SPRAYING THE RUN CHANNELS WITH SILICONE. I can almost guarantee that water is getting into the motor/gearbox housing and freezing . If the motor works when the temp. is above freezing then this is probably the cause. You will have to dismantle and reseal the motor or better yet replace it with a new one.
"Wet" Spark Plugs The cause of "wet" spark plugs, ignition wiring, and engine stalling depends on what you mean by wet. Your use of the terms wet AND stall suggest that you mean water on the outside of the plugs and on the spark plug wires. If you are talking about external wetness with water, then the cause is usually one of two things: Water from a wet roadway has splashed "up" into the engine…
until it is empty stupid/ Contrary to Einsteins answer do not drain your above ground pool completely. This will take all the pressure off of your liner and cause it to start shrinking which will cause damage to your liner. Connect a water hose and have water continuously flowing into your pool. You want to allow 6-7 inches to remain in your pool.
For my pool, I do the following: Pool Opening: Add water to above skimmer Open heater and connect heating port inside Reattach chlorinator and lines Connect heater at grey lines Remove skimmer plug Remove rubber plugs from jets Reattach black plugs to pump (2) and to filter (1) Reinstall filter cartridge Take a water sample to a pool store for a free water analysis
Putting toilet water into the tub with a cup. The real answer is Water seeks its own level and when a soil line (waste) is blocked water will find the lowest point to flow into Thus a toilet is above the tub and a basin is above the toilet. To prove allow water to flow in the basin and it should also flow into the tub
I recently degrease my wifes 1990 miata, and had the same trouble. i found that being twin cam . the water had gotten down in to the spark plugs. I first removed the plug leads, then blew out the water with compressed air. then removed the plugs and wiped clean, with a rag down the spark plug holes, then finished with a clean of contact cleaner , then reassembles and yay no more splutter…
The cause of the fluid could come from several places. Here are some possibilities. Freeze plugs popped out of the engine to prevent engine damage. Round circular plugs will pop out when frozen water pushes them out of the engine. Frozen water can force a water pipe off and water will leak out. Radiator cap can leak out water from freezing pressure and spill on ground. Worst case scenario, engine block cracked letting coolant drain…
Is it bad to driver your car with just water in the cooling system for a few days if the temp is well above freezing?
No, microwaved water will not effect the plant, but be sure to follow the directions or look it up in a botany for that specific plant. You should never microwave water alone, this has a chance of superheating of the water, which will cause the temperature of the water to rise above it's boiling point.