Question about 2007 Buick Terraza CXL Wagon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: coolant leak 1998 buick external
it sounds like the water pump may be leaking beacuse when runnung the seal is lubricated and may not be leaking at that time but when left over night the seal in the water pump contract and starts to leak. check for stains and leaks with a mirror before starting in the morning i think you will find that it is leaking. don't worry they are not bad to change. good luck
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
I had the same problem a month ago. I thought it was the thermostat, which sits inside the lower water feed tube that runs from the radiator, under the car and up between the engine and trans axle to the thermostat housing and water-inlet housing attached to the water pump. I replaced it and it kept leaking. So I got under the car with a mirror and a light and found that it was leaking from a weep hole in the water pump. This happens when the water pump seal is bad. to replace the water pump you nearly have to take apart the back of the engine and the timing chain cover. The waterpump is mounted at the bottom of the back of the engine and is turned by the timimng chain. It took me two days to fix, and it was not easy. There are a couple of sites that have info, which helped me. It's about a $600 - $900 job if you take it to a repair shop.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Your air conditioner evaporator condensate drain is blocked.
The condensate draintube should carry this water out through the floorpan to the ground.
Look for a kinked or blocked drain tube from under the A/C evap housing.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
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Taste the water and if it is sweet it is coolant leaking from the heater core. If it does not taste sweet it is a leak somewhere else. What you suspect is very possible. Start by making sure the drain hose is clear an not clogged. Then check the window gasket. A water hose left running on the window slightly will tell you where the leak is coming from.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
SOURCE: when i start my 2005
Hello: Check the oil pressure sending unit for leaking. That could be the reason for the delay in the light going out and also the leakage. If oil has gotten on the serpentine belt replace it also. The sending unit will be near the oil filter assembly on the lower front of the engine.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
Testimonial: "That sound about right , it looks really wet by the oil filter in the lower bottom. Thank you soo much for this information."
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