Question about 1992 Chrysler Town & Country
If you have coolant leaking from under the water pump,you will more than likely need a new pump. Water pumps have a bleed hole built in to show if the pump seal is gone. If it is not leaking from the bleed hole, it may be from the gasket that seals the pump to the engine or it may be leaking from somewhere above the pump and collecting at that point. Good luck Moe
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
watch for leaks and follow them after you drive i would geuss checking your thermostate housing both parts, the hoses that go to the heater core by the throttle body and the hose that goes to the throttle body, im guessing this is the turbo, if it is a non turbo it would be a hoses the waterpump or the oring that goes into the waterpipe on the front of the block, just get in there and take a good luck and remember the rules of gravity =) good luck man and if you need any parts for it let me know we got alot of these parts cars out in our yard
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 2003 dodge
There are a few things that you can check. The freeze plugs that are generally round, can sometimes leak but they usually go out completly and pour antifreeze all over. Another thing to check is all of the hoses and where they connect to the radiator. If none of this is working, please include a better description of where it is leaking from.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Bring the car into a repair shop and have them pressure test it for leaks or you can purchase a pressure tester make sure you get the appropriate adapter for your cars radiator filler neck or resovoir, and check for leaks yourself. Make sure the car is cold and there is the appropriate mixtiure of coolant and water in the system, prior to pressure testing. Also do a visual inspection of the cooling system when the vehicle is cold and look for leaks.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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