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 main oil seal on the rear of engine is leaking or the timing cover seal is leaking,
Noise coming from the area of the chain and in severe cases it will jump a tooth and the engine will run very badly with no power.
overfueling, ignition/valve timing out, or hopefully just air leaking through knackered exhaust gasket into pipe, all causing secondary combustion.
Head gasket, timing cover gasket, or hose leaking.
its having its period
Bad points , leaking or fryed coil, shorted wires leading to timing device.
My wife's car had this problem. if the leaking is coming from the front of the engine, the water pump is probably bad. If the leak is coming from the right side of the car, your heater hoses might be bad or the core could be shot. If your water pump is bad, plan on replacing your timing belt. you have to move it to replace the water pump and it is just as easy to change it at the same time.
A Dodge Durango does not have a timing belt. It has timing chain. If the timing cover chain gasket is leaking it is normal to change it while changing the water pump.
Head gasket is leaking
Possible cause is a leaking head gasket or timing chain gasket if the water pump mounts to the timing chain like on a ford 302 cid You probably are leaking into the crankcase through the headgasket. There is a slight possibility that the block is cracked.
Can your pully holding alternater belt and ect. coming loose and belts coming off cause my Honda to jump timing ?
It is possible and if it is you have a serious problem. Seek professional help.
the diamond lines up about 12:00 and the triangle about 5:00 in line with the triangle mark on the inner cover
timing off,base timing not set,dist. not set in right position, timing belt about to break, low fuel pressure,burnt valves,leaking head gasket.need more symptoms.
On a 2003 Ford Ranger : The 2.3 litre Dual Over Head Cam four cylinder engine , and the V6 engine(s) use a timing chain ( or chains ) If you mean the timing chain cover is leaking oil , that should be repaired ( P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician )
It's probably from incorrect timing.
I have a 1997 Toyota Camry. It is leaking anti-frezze. I need to replace the water pump. Do I have to remove and replace timing belts too?
Yes. If the timing belt breaks severe damage will occur
No, but the water pump is usually located near this and that is probably what is leaking. .
unless there is noise coming from the timing chain, you should never need to replace it.
Line crank shaft pulley timing mark on tc mark on timing belt cover. Look at cam shaft timing belt sprocket and locate the small triangle (not diamond shape) located on the plate attached to the timing sprocket. Referencing the timing sprocket look approximately at 5:00 o'clock under the timing sprocket and locate the other small triangle. Line these 2 marks up. Put timing belt on. Make sure the cam shaft sprocket and crank shaft sprocket do not turn while installing the belt. The crank shaft pulley must be removed in order to get the timing belt on.
Engine seal? Valve cover gasket? Timing chain cover?