Not enough infomation to give you a answer.is it a fuel line hose! is water leaking.! is you engine missing form a vacume hose! it might be a fule injector line or a return hose for fluid transter. be more pacific thanks..
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if it is leaking in the frt of engine,right hand side of vehical it could be a coolant pump or the plastic coolat pipe that goes between the lower intake and belt tensionor assembly,if it is leaking from the rear of the engine,left side of vehical,it may be the thermostat housiny seal,upper intake gasket,or upper radiator hose,if it is leaking in the front of vehical,it may be the radiato r cap or radiator,hope this helps you out
first, check the transmission fluid lever, and see if it's low. ( the transmission dipstick can be found on the right side of the engine ( yellow knob ) ). check with your owners manuel, and fill as needed. you put the transmission oil in where the dipstick is. If that does not work, unfortunatly, you will be needing a rebuild ( 1800$ canadian, i don't know how much that compares to in your money)
Initially, the coolant not needing a refill is a very good sign. It indicates that the colling system of your engine have no leaks and therefore is working as expected, to maintain operating engine temperature.
On the other hand, the left wheel going hot while difficult to drive with vibrations would indicate the there are problems on that particular wheel. Most probable problem would be wornout brakepads that of course would need replacing. It may be to your advantage to replace both left and right at the same time. Likewise, pls inspect the rotor, it may have been damaged and may require a re-surfacing. A remote possibility is defective wheel bearing.
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