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HAVE WATER LEAK ON RIGHT BACK SIDE BOTTOM OF

HAVE WATER LEAK ON RIGHT BACK SIDE BOTTOM OF SENSOR IS A ROUND PERTRUDING HOLE SEEMS LIKE THE WATER AND STEAM IS COMING FROM THERE.

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I have a Venture 2002 with the same description however, I live in PR where normal temp. is over 90's F.

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Well from the description you give it could be a freeze plug leaking..this will have to be repaired at a shop!

Posted on May 03, 2010

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I have a water leak that is coming from the bottom of motor seems like it is coming out by the oil pan towards the top, what is the cause of water leak? as sonn as i pour in water into radiator it leaks...


Look for a leaking freeze plug. That is a circular disk of metal that is inserted at several locations in the lower half of the engine block, usually. You may have to remove other parts to expose it adequately. It can be removed by tapping one side of it with a hammer and driving one side in, causing it to swivel in the hole, then pry it out. Get a replacement of the correct diameter from your auto parts store, and tap it back into the hole, first making sure the hole is clean a smooth. Be careful to tap all sides of the disk evenly, sometimes it is cup shaped. Tapping on a flat piece of metal covering the whole disk will sometimes be of help in keeping the plug straight in the hole.
The other possibility would be a crack in the engine block. That would require a replacement engine.

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Ac leaking water inside of car


The '97 Jeep does not have a hose. It goes into the frame. If you lay on your back by the passenger side door you will see an oval hole. Stink a coat hanger through that hole and water will gush out. Also in the passenger side floor board towards the firewall there is a black plastic part, the bottom portion is round. Drill a hole in the dead center of the round part and water will flow out. Stick a long piece of stiff wire in it, blow it out with air and do the same from the bottom of the frame as mentioned earlier. It will flow out nice at first but will probably clog up again. I cut a piece of coat hanger and left it in the bottom portion, put electric tape over the hole in the dash and when I see it is not flowing - check frequently I shake the wire from underneath and it flows again. After owning a jeep for 6 months I have concluded that jeep engineers are stupid careless people.

Jul 19, 2010 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Water is leaking from the drivers side as soon as you fill it with out the car being on it is a 1988 Honda civic dx hatch back


There is something called a "weep hole" on the water pump. Water seeps out of this hole to let you know the water pump is bad. It is to the lower right of your driver's side motor mount right below the head, but it's on the side of the block. From the bottom you will notice this leaking all over your lower plastic timing cover. When you change this pump you are also supposed to have your timing belt changed.

Sep 22, 2009 | 1988 Honda Civic 2 Door

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Water on the floor


I've ran into this problem before with another jeep. What happens is the condensation drain line from the evaporator housing gets plugged with the material that insulates the housing and the water can't drain and seeps through the seems and drips on the passenger side floor. Chrysler did at one time sale a plug kit for this. What you would do is drill a 1/4" hole in the side of the housing on the left hand side near the bottom and put a stiff piece of wire in it to unplug the drain line and then plug the hole with the plug kit from chrysler. just when your drilling the hole make sure you don't drill into the evaporator core or your freeon will leak out as well. I'm not exactly sure how far from the bottom to drill the hole if I remember right it is 2 inches just about center. Chrysler did have a service bulletin on this you may want to ask them when you see bout the plug kit.

Jul 27, 2009 | 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Water Pump leakes from steel tube.


when installing new o-ring on tube, lubricate o-ring and stick it in water pump. Then pull pressure back on tube and then tighten hold down clamp. problem solved

Apr 16, 2009 | Dodge Caravan Cars & Trucks

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Round machined hole in water pump housing leaking coolant


The hole is there to let you know the antifreeze seal in the pump is leaking. You need a new (or rebuilt ) pump installed immediately. Please change the belt and any tensioners while you are at it...

Apr 14, 2009 | Buick LeSabre Cars & Trucks

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How to remove the windshield washer reservoir?


I'm guessing you may have figured this out by now but I had to do it recently.

First drain the fluid from the reservoir. Then remove the car battery. Then the battery tray. I believe it was held on with about 4-5 bolts...one of which threads into a retainer clip on the reservoir itself. Now you have cleared the way to remove the reservoir. It is held in by a few bolts that are accessible from the top side and bottom both. You will have to get on your back and get to those with a ratchet. It will be obvious where these are upon inspection. And finally there is a plastic retainer that goes through the plastic inner fender into a retaining hole in the reservoir. Firmly but carefully separate it from this plastic retainer...you'll probably have to reuse it. After you do that the reservoir is free to move. Unhook the wire harnesses to the fluid pumps. Unhook the lines to the to pumps. Now just pull the reservoir out through the bottom of the car.

Done.

Mar 21, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Suburban

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