because you probaly changed it with the wrong water
If a Holden Rodeo Turbo Diesel is using oil and new rings and a new turbo have been put in, it could be that the valves are leaking at the seals. Place a clean piece of cardboard under the vehicle overnight to see if it is leaking from the motor.
Coolant lines? Shift linkage? could also be the rear or front seals leaking
Check radiator hose, leaking water pump, look for hole in radiator, leaking coolant bottle or leaking seals.
Replace the seals in it.
The seals in the pump are leaking and the pump needs to be replaced.
Rear main engine seal or front transmission seals
switch to HPA, it is much better for the seals
There is a heater hose that goes in the left rear back side of the intake manifold that hooks to a quick disconnect fitting, It is common for the fitting to leak antifreeze. If it is oil that is leaking, then there is a oil sending unit to the right of the distributor that could be leaking oil. There is a long rubber gasket that seals the back of the intake manifold to keep it from leaking oil also. That's all that could be leaking back there. GOOD LUCK.
Defective seals, and it needs replacing.
ceramic seals are used in many types of pumps, they prevent a liquid from entering into the motor or leaking out of a chamber
That depends on what seals are leaking. The inner front axle seals will cost you over 6 hours of labor plus seals and fluid.So if your local labor rates are $100 an hour that will be over $600That depends on what seals are leaking. The inner front axle seals will cost you over 6 hours of labor plus seals and fluid.So if your local labor rates are $100 an hour that will be over $600
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
leaking grease or cracks Looseness
Have it rebuilt and new seals put in.
Replace the seals.
NO... They are 2 different seals. If the transmission seal is leaking then the fluid color will be RED that's leaking. If the rear main seal is leaking then it will be oil leaking from the engine and it won't be red.
There are many oil seals in that vehicle, need to know which ones you changed.
damaged grease seals; also overheating and thus melting grease, allowing it to leak past worn seals
bad door seals
Needs the seals replaced
in some case it will. the composition of antifreeze is different by colour. in some engines the chemicals react with the engine parts (i.e. gaskets or seals) and cause the parts to fail. use the proper antifreeze for your engine.
It is not the brakes leaking oil , Its the axel seals leaking rear end gear oil. If its not gear oil , Then its brake fluid and that means wheel cylinders are leaking.
If it is smoking white smoke, it is getting in the engine and the engine is burning it. If not, it is leaking somewhere. Sometimes you hve to check it when it is cold as it seals off when it gets hot. GoodluckJoe