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
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.
Most likely it is the engine oil leaking into the front part of the transmission. There is a seal there -- the rear main seal -- that seals the end of the crankshaft where it exits the engine and connects to the flywheel or flexplate to transmit the engine power to the transmission. Engine oil is black in color, and automatic transmission fluid is largely red in color. Any dirty fluid can appear black or blackened, so it is good to clean all areas where the fluid is leaking, and then use a white paper towel to collect some of the freshly leaking fluid to determine its color.
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.
You can't the transmission on the 2002 Thunderbird is sealed. There is no distick or any way to add fluid other than through the ports on the transmission under the car. The dealer has to do that. It shouldn't need fluid unless it has a leak. If it is leaking it has to be done by a mechanic that will fix the leak and then drain the entire transmission and refill it through the ports on the bottom.
More than likely from either the water tube that connects to the back of the water pump (it is under the intake manifold) or it is leaking where the water pump mounts to the engine block.
If you are referring to leaking out of one of the overflow hoses, your float is sticking. If it is leaking from the body of the carb, the gasket where the carb and float bowl bolt together needs to be replaced.
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caused by leaking heater core not radiator heater it is under the dash hard ot get to if the leak is not to big use radiator stop leak otherwise fix is going to be big bucks
"Why is Your portable dishwasher leaking" Thank you for asking but mine is not leaking
it could be the thermostat needs changing to I hope I am wrong, but you could have a blown/leaking head gasket. Sounds like there is compression pressure entering the cooling system.
If it's leaking at the radiator, make sure you haven't accidentally bent the fitting. Sometimes a brass fitting can be accidentally bent and you'll never get it to seal until it's round and cleaned up. If it's leaking at the block or water pump, make sure it's clean and there are no large corrosion pits. If everything looks good at those locations, check for leaks elsewhere. The radiator could be leaking where the hose connects. The water pump could be leaking and it only LOOKS like it's leaking at the hose.
check to see if your tranny is leaking, mine had a slight leak & the tranny oil was dripping into a plug that connects the tranny to the dash. after i had it serviced, everything is ok
Your thermostat is sticking in the closed position,it is usually located where the top radiator hose connects to the engine. Very inexpensive item
Your engine may have a leaking hose connection or a leaking gasket at the water outlet. It could also be a leaking hose.
First make sure it is not the filter that is leaking. Remove the old filter and install a new filter that is the correct one. Apply oil to the gasket and tighten exactly 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface. Tighten any moreor any less and it may leak. If that is not the problem, then I would suspect the valve cover gasket may be leaking. Another possiblility is a leaking oil pressure sending unit.
You have to say WHERE it is leaking from for someone to answer it.