Simple test if you have the tools is to get a air compressort at very low psi put air to the tank and watch for leaks do a pressure test, you can also take a fuel line off from the engine compartment and pressure test it back to the tank that way. Hope that helps.
reroute the line around the power steering cooler
Replace the heater core. It is leaking.
I caulked the gap between the windshield frame and the piece the hood connects.
INTAKE MANIFOLD, AND OR GASKET LEAKING! IT CAN BE EASILY TESTED BY ANY AUTO REPAIR SHOP.
should be a filler tube comin out of the trans
Look at the connections and how it connects from the pipe. My experience in this type of thing is that something has come loose or needs to be replaced.
The switch on your battery is faulty which may have been caused by damage from dropping or through a leaking tank but it could just be a problem with cheap manufacturing.
The capillaries keep blood from leaking. They clot together quickly and keep as much blood inside the body as possible.
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.
They're job is to clot together when blood is leaking out of the body to stop the bleeding.
I'm no expert but possibly the cylinderhead is leaking or cracked dropping water into the engine crankcase via the pistons.