You've more than likely overheated the engine and cause a head to crack, or you've blown a head gasket and it's going out the tailpipe. Is there steam coming out of the tailpipe?
If your talking about front of the motor (passenger side) its most likely the water pump seal. Hope this helps.
A leak. It could be a plumbing leak; are there any bathrooms or other plumbing nearby? It could also be a roof leak; don't rule that out! Another possibility is a leak from high ground water or foundation leak. Check everything you can think of.
Antifreeze leak in a 1999 Jeep may be as a result of a defective water pump or a cracked engine block.Antifreeze leak in your 1999 Jeep could be as a result of a radiator fluid leak, a cracked engine block, a defective water pump, or any other reason.
Could be any number of places. We need more info like what type of leak such as a coolant leak, engine oil leak, exhaust leak, transmission oil leak, brake fluid leak, vacuum leak, rain water leak getting into cabin, etc.
The water could be coming from a coolant leak higher than the plugs on the engine. Look around the head for signs of any leak as it is possible that there is a head gasket leak.
Wash the motor clean to better see the leak area. Check the water pump especially. There is a weep hole at the bottom and a leak can cause the belts to sling water everywhere.
I've seen a lot of water pumps leak on these trucks. Toyota's Long Life Coolant will crust over and harden when it leaks slowly, therefore you won't see any drips in your driveway. Check for crusted coolant between the water pump and the engine block by the thermostat housing. That is where they usually leak although I have seen water pumps leaking that aren't apparent until the timing cover is removed.
Basically, no. There are no fishes that doesn't live out of the water. :D
In order to properly diagnose a water leak issue, it is necessary for the cooling sytem to be pressurized. Your mechanic should have a special tool that he connects to your radiator that will pump the cooling system with air. This increased pressure will force the coolant out of any leak the system may have.
If this is a sink leak, turn off the water source. Then take apart the pipe assembly looking for any blockages or holes and seal them up. If it is from a larger source, it is best to call a licensed plumber.
Spray soapy water on all small black rubber hoses on engine when running. If any place along any hose causes soapy water to "blow bubbles" the leak will be there. Old trick that may or may not work.