Question about 2001 Chrysler Sebring
Would guess the container is cracked or a hose or pump is leaking
Take the container out if vehicle & check it over
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Anti-freeze leak
If it's leaking at the top of the engine down. Look at the top of the engine at the front and you'll see a bleeder valve on top a black housing. These housings like to come apart at the glued seams. If it's leaking at the lower part of the engine towards the front, it could be your water pump leaking. Check your oil and if you see the color of the oil looking like chocolate milk, your water pump needs replaced, the oil will need changing as well. Do a coolant system pressure test and see if your hoses somewhere are leaking. Also check for your surge tank leaking. This is the tank that you put coolant into.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
you will have to look further because thats where the oil is dripping from---- wheres the source ??? my hunch is the oil light switch casing ,common source of oil leaks on all cars
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Testimonial: "The solution was very helpful. I would hav ethought that is may be the source."
It is normal for all cars that have an air conditioner. It is the condensation of the water in the passenger compartment air.
Like a house window air conditioner, the water collects on a pan and drips out a tube.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
if it is a 2.7 check the oil dipstick for sign of coolant in oil will looks like chocolate milk, also inspect wip hole on left bottom front side of engine there is a hole if wet or sign of red fluid possible water pump's leaking do not delay in replacing pump, it can damage engine, tell me where or what area of engine do you see coolant, this vehicle used orange 5 years protection coolant. let me know
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Those engines are noted for having bad head gaskets so I would look into having your head gasket cheked for leaks.If you look you should see the seem where the head(which is where the manifolds bolt to and the spark plugs screw into and the cams are on top)meets the block and check for any wet spots on this seem front and back.If it is leaking bad enough you should be able to run the car and let it get to operating temp.and have water presure in the engine then it will be easier to locate the leak.I would also check the oil for any creamy looking substance on the oil fill cap or the oil dip stick which would also indicate a head gasket problem.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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