there are two on each side of the car one is in front of the car door under the lip and the 2nd is behind the door opening under the lip
Weep holes do not lead to the interior of the house.
It is to drain residual liquid left in piping.
They should be above grade, below grade or filled with mortar.
No, that plug is not required.
I know of only one in the waterpump.
This is a fairly common problem. If you do a search at www.sebringclub.com in the "how to" section you should find your answer complete with pictures. Irritating isn't it. Anon
The coolant will run out of the timing cover from behind the crank pulley.
That's where your tears come out of as you dump thousands of dollars to fix your BMW. Seriously, a weep hole is a non-technical term for any holes designed to drain fluids. There are several of them on any car, so you have to be more specific. For instance, there are weep holes to drain water from around the sun roof; there are also holes to drain oil or coolant leaking and collecting around the valley pan, located between the "V" of the engine block.
On my 97 convertible there are rubber plugs in the front rear fenderwells down at the bottom. I found this out the hard way because the rear floor was wet when the water could not escape. How stupid is it that plugs are in there in the first place.
The heater coil is defective My 99 convertible did this, fried my amp under the seat and blew my speakers and stereo. the problem ended up being that the weep holes in the body under the rockers were pinched shut. I had recently had the fender replaced and the weep hole was right where the jack goes. Took a screw driver and opened them back up.
Fish do not weep
Two, one on top and other on bottom
Not wide enough for the pressure load Not porperly cemented or secured properly No weep holes
Yes, it is next to a bolt on the housing the radiator hose attaches to.
The weep hole is next to the housing where the lower radiator hose attaches to the engine.
The word weep is not a noun, it is a verb (weep, weeps, weeping, wept).
we can weep because we have tear ducts in our eyes!
The foundation has failed. There were no weep holes for water to drain. Water has entered and frozen which caused breaks between the bricks.
The past tense of weep is wept, and the future tense is will weep.
The present participle of weep is weeping.
Weeped is the past participle of weep
to sob or cry is to weep