It is a heater hose.
Intake manifold gaskets are leaking, intake manifold is warped.
Is it leaking from the water pump or radiator? Is the system properly pressurized?
Mixing the new red antifreeze with the green can cause it to look rusty and will form a sludge. If someone is topping off your antifreeze recovery tank during oil changes with the wrong product could be one cause.
Most likely cause is the intake manifold gasket-antifreeze will usually leak down the back of the engine and drip off of the starter or somewhere in that area.
stuck thermostat, not enough antifreeze in radiator, leaking hose, are the usual. then it would be blown head gasket, not enough oil in engine, electric fans not coming on.
If coolant is leaking inside your cabin, you have a leak in the heater core. The only repair is to replace the heater core. Most auto parts stores sell them.
Transmission coolant hoses (in and out) are leaking. The Y-manifold is below the filler cap on bulk head. Hoses connect from here straight down to transmission.
A 1997 Jeep uses the regular green antifreeze.
How much antifreeze is in a 1997 Honda crv
a 50/50 mixture of a good quality antifreeze (Prestone etc.) and water
According to the 1997 Lincoln Town Car Owner Guide : ( it came from the factory with antifreeze that meets Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A ) * that would be green color antifreeze *
No. It will keep running until overheated to the point of a ruined engine.
I can tell you with a fair amount of confidence that it is your water pump leaking. I am having the same thing happen on my 1997 Chevy z71. I have changed many water pumps for the same reason. If you are mechanically inclined I would go purchase a chilton manual at the local auto parts store where and when you get the pump. Be ready for a full day job and also buy antifreeze and gasket sealant.
It takes the green Antifreeze
no, the body style on the Cherokee changed in 1997
Look just below the water pump to see if any antifreeze is visible. Water pumps will sometimes leak and drip out antifreeze. Check the engine oil to see if antifreeze is mixed with the oil, indicating a blown head gasket.
According to the 1997 Ford F-150 owners manual : It would have come with green colored antifreeze from the factory ( meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A )
Leaking from the water pump at the back on the passenger side.
One gallon of antifreeze mixed with half water
If you are not leaking antifreeze on the floorboard, then it sounds like someone bypassed the heate core. Look under the hood for some hoses that run through the firewall. They may be cut.
AnswerCheck the water pump. If the water pump bearing is worn out there will be a streak of antifreeze leaking from the bottom of the input shaft.Another prime area for coolant leaks is the intake manifold gaskets. The original gaskets fail at the front corners where the intake manifold meets the heads.