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99 altima water dripping driver side engine compartment on to transmission is there hoses

Nissian altima 99 water leaking engine compartment not inside car only under the hood steady drip when I refill radiator drips until get about a gallon low

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I have 99 Nissian altima water leak driver side under hood I got under car couldn't pinpoint where leak was could not see from top either its straight water no oil or tranny fluid mixed in


it could be just condensation from the a/c or is it leaking into the passenger compartment? If it is not coming in and it is not coolant i do not think it is anything to worry about. If it is blue the washer bottle could be cracked.

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I suggest replacing your MODULATOR VALVE on the transmission. This valve, under pressure from the engine, controls how the vehicle shifts. It is possible that the valve is good, and you just have a leak in the rubber hose that connects to the valve. I have not heard any issues from the 02' Nissan Altima about the transmission. If the valve is disconnected from the hose, you should notice some smoke either from the transmission, or under the hood by the exhaust.(NOT ALWAYS NOTICEABLE) Second, the automatic transmission has several internal components, that if one fails, can cause a cascade of issues. The TORQUE CONVERTER under cyntrifical force, converts the power from your engine, into a hydrolic pump that feeds the transmission. If this becomes clogged, the transmission will not shift correctly. A transmission flush might cure your shifting issue. During the flush, replace the transmission filter. As if his is clogged for any reason, it will not supply enough fluid to the transmission, and could cause permanent damage to the transmission.I hope this helps. Good luck.

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I think my water pump is leaking on my 98 nissan altima


Very possible. The water pump will be run by the timing belt behind the engine cover and on the same side of the motor as all your external belts. Make sure there are no hoses close by that could be leaking and if not it will probly be the water pump. Usually they will make a noise when they are failing. Remeber if it is just a drip and it is hot outside if you run your air conditioning it will drip water from the condenser as well.

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Water leaking underneath the motor


A little leakage is normal. Also the A/C will drip water, but that comes down from the firewall area.

From the motor, it may indicate a leaky water pump. This will drip from the front of the engine which is the right side as the driver looks. The pump is located under the timing belt cover.

Also check all your large hoses to see if a leak has developed at any joint.

The V6 engine often develops a water leak under the intake manifold which is hard to see. The water appears on top of the transmission. Camrys will often also get a split in the plastic radiator top tank, so look there.

If you are not losing large amounts of water, you have a while to track it down at leisure !

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1993 Toyota Corolla Dx: driving over labor day weekend, had the AC on for longer than i've normally had it on and noticed water on my passenger side floor mat. Then i looked and it was leaking from...


The drain on your evaporator core housing is most likely plugged. Condensation on the evaporator core drips down into the plastic housing and drips onto the ground through a hose on the firewall on the
passenger side.

Find the small hose on the firewall in the engine compartment. You should be able to pull off that
hose and see if its stopped up. If the hose is ok, you may need to remove some of the ac ducts
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I have no doubt that thats the problem.

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