Mileage? If your cars engine has high mileage there are many things it could be. First I would try a major tune up! Cap, Rotor, Wires, Plugs, Oil change, Oil filter, Fuel filter, Fuel injector serivce etc. If your gas milage does not get better, you most likely have an injector or some other fuel system problem. altough their are other things that can cause this problem.
Take it to a garage. It can leak at several places and there are seals that can be installed to stop the leaks.
It's possible a seal has broken. Find where it leaks from, could be pump, hose or steering ram. Then replace part.
The same thing happened on my 1997 Mercury sable. I bought a tool and spliced a new section of brake line at this location what happens is this. section of brake line is prone to road salt staying in this location due to the way it is attached to the car. this quick fix has worked for about 4 years and cost me only the cost for the brake line and couplers to attach the old and new sections together. Be sure to test for leaks before driving and watch for leaks. re bleed brakes after repair. Hope this helps -Loren Pickerill
Is it leaking from the side by the coolant reservoir?
all vehicles burn oil as long ass its not a excessive amount all the time check for leaks park over clean cardboard to see if your leaking it just in case
No. The expansion tank will not let coolant drain into the radiator. Doing this will cause the whole system to be clogged up. WHO POSTED THIS MISSINFORMATION. OPEN A REPAIR MANUAL BEFORE YOU ANSWER QUESTIONS.
Many possibilities. Clogged catalytic converter, vacuum leaks, incorrect spark plugs, defective ECU, etc. Take it to a Ford/Merc dealer.
If you're popping your bones i think you should be more worried about excessive bone marrow leaks and excruciating pain.
Excessive noise, shudder in the steering wheel when turning it in either or both directions, leaks. IF YOU CAN TURN YOUR WHEEL LEFT TO RIGHT WITH OUT IT BINDING AND THERE ARE NO LEAKS AT THE RACK THEN MORE THAN LIKELY YOU RACK AND PINION ARE OK
Cannot check fluid level. Factory filled and sealed with a preset amount. If there are no leaks, do not worry. If it leaks, after necessary repairs, drain and refill with correct amount.
if you have no oil leaks check to see if your exhaust is oiled up at rear ,stick finger in tail pipe and if oil is in exhaust this is a sign of worn pistons or rings
If the Sable is equipped with the 3.8 liter engine, it is probably ablown headgasket. If you cannot see an external leak, then you have an internal leak. An internal leak is more likely than not caused by a blown head gasket or cracked head. Stop driving the car immediately or you will do serious engine damage. A compression test will possibly help verify if you have a blown head gasket. Get this repaired ASAP.
Could be a few things, is it a small amount or a large amount? Check where it is coming from, when you remove the cap you are depressurizing it, I would check the hoses for small leaks that or the drain pin as well could be loose.
you do not it is factory sealed the fluid if no leaks will last a life time so ford thinks
Freon leaks are not dangerous. To pose any health risks, the amount of Freon would have to be more than the amount of oxygen in the room.
A failed oxygen sensor could set the engine controller to "get home" mixture, which is on the rich side. The spark plugs should be examined for carbon deposits, and for electrode wear.
Do you mean that your heater core is leaking coolant ? That would mean that the heater core is clogged. The heater core is like a mini-rad, if it is clogged it leaks.AnswerNo, there is not an overflow tube/outlet on the heater core.See "Related Questions" below for more about Taurus / Sable heating/cooling systems.
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You would pour it in the radiator. Caution, stop leaks usually clogs heater cores.
If it is the intake manifold, there will be vacuum leaks, backfire, and poor performance. If it is the exhaust manifold, you will have loud exhaust noise which may warrant a citation - also, emissions control laws will be violated. Take the manifold ro a shop where it can be re-surfaced or try to find a product at your local auto parts store that will help seal the manifold. - Good luck.
There are many risks associated with getting gastric bypass surgery. These risks include excessive bleeding, leaks in the gastrointestinal system and, as with all operations, infection.
They can devlope leaks.They can devlope leaks.
It contaminates the environment, makes roads slick/dirty, and can lead to a failure of the engine if a sufficient amount is lost.
Just change the dryer, and make sure the system has no leaks via a nitrogen test, and before it is filled with 134, you need to add oil for the specific change, in other words the oil will say for upgrade from r12 to 134. Add the correct amount then the 134 can be added.
What leaks? Check the hoses for holes. Make sure all the hoses are hooked up to the pump. Make sure the hoses are hooked to the spray nozzles and are tight. Make sure that there are no obstructions in the lines, creating excessive back pressure.