Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
Some days it will not leak at all and then one day it will. Looked under and and see fluid by the drain plug. I run it to get it hat and can't see anything. I changed the cap for giggles but still leaking sometimes. Any ideas?
Thanks for the help
I know it's pretty tight in there but youre going to have to get under it and use a light to track the leak down. Anything that leaks runs downward (gravity) so all you need to do is follow the wet spot up to where the wet stops. Likely you will find the leak either at a hose connection or the seam between the plastic tank and metal part of the radiator. (tip: take the cap off while looking with vehicle "off"...This relieves the vacuum that develops which may inhibit the leak from showing up. Conversely, pressure in the system can act the same way, causing the leak to stop)
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