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1993 Geo Tracker leaking water from upper middle of engine. Do you think it might be a head gasket?

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    Jessica Alston Jul 16, 2010

    The water pump is in the front towards the radiator. Do you think that the water is running back on the engine?

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I would check hoses and water pump. When water pump goes bad it leaks water out hole out of bottom.Get pressure pump and pump up system it makes it easier to find leak.

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

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Oil leak on a '92 Geo Tracker. Installed an O Ring, but still leaking. Any suggestions?


O-ring where? The drain plug? Distributor shaft? Or do you mean oil seal?
Geo oil drain plug specifies a compressible copper ring washer I think? Need to clean the surfaces well, and torque to spec. My own plug's seal is not perfect, but only a drop here and there usually. Autozone or NAPA can supply you a new plug and washer if needed.

Apr 19, 2015 | 1992 Geo Tracker

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How to replace main engine seals on 1.6l geo tracker


old post (WHICH TRANSIMISSION? AND 2WD OR 4WD?)
its not bad, seen many replace mains for no gain,, vast....
on many forums.whe do that.(if a/t is oil ATF)
and were wrong every time.
the reaR VALVE COVER GASKET LEAKS, skipping 60k mile service is Reasn.
THE 2 DISTRIBUTOR O-RINGS LEAK , ALL DO THIS ,this OLD
a FACT
AND This oil then runs down back top of BELL
the finds the magic secret, suzuki bell vent (gravity is a beach)
and then runs into said vent and fools all owners that rear seal leaks(even me.... )

see this.
http://www.fixkick.com/engine/97-motor-pull/HTML/image_5.html

all that oil ,is VC gasket and distib 0-rings bad.
every drop..
this be first.
ask how to fix both , have links to all pages

Feb 16, 2014 | 1993 Geo Tracker

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Coolant leak rear of engine


Square plate on rear of head with rubber hose attached in middle ck hose and for best results replace gasket on plate.

Feb 09, 2014 | 1996 Geo Tracker 2 Door

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92 geo leaking coolant from front of engine


old post.
be hose leak , why not just look on a hot engine, parked.
it tells you clear as day what leaks, look !
or water pump
or rad leak
if lucky
if unlucky, head gasket or cracked block or head.

Jan 14, 2014 | 1994 Geo Tracker

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I put a rear seal in a 1993 geo tracker,was not leaking,now i have put two seals in ,still leaking


which seal. ? rear of WHAT?
2wd, 4wd?
3sp,4speed or 5sp. tranny.?
my wild guess, is the rear transfer case leaks, and if yes, where.?
it can leak in 3 places. (ive rebuilt them and the boxes)

or the rear engine seal.

so the rear seal can be, in 3 places.
if you work on 4wd, it really can be 5 places.
6 counting rear of front axle.
that is because the exit paths are shared on many.

first tell me what you are driving like this.
97 geo 2dr, 5sp 4wd. like that, then we can answer in fine detail.

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Jan 27, 2013 | 1997 Geo Tracker 2 Door

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How do i replace a water pump on a 1993 geo


1 disconnect battery ground cable
2 drain cooling system
3 on models with a/c, proceed as follows:

a discharge a/c system
b loosen upper and lower compressor bolts and remove compressor drive belt
c remove a/c line from top of radiator shroud

4 remove water pump drive belt
5 remove reservoir tank from radiator bracket
6 remove radiator shroud and fan/clutch from vehicle
7 remove waterpump pulley from waterpump
8 remove timing tensioner and timing belt
9 remove dipstick tube
10 remove alternator mounting bracket at water pump
11 remove water pump mounting bolts and water pump
12 reverse procedure to install, using new gasket and rubber seal

Feb 18, 2010 | 1993 Geo Tracker

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Runs hot, stall at stop signs, oil residue on back window,


Aerosmith, this sounds like a "blown" head gasket scenario. Does the vehicle idle roughly and if so it could be a compression factor where a blown head gasket is present. Have a look at the oil dipstick - is the oil level correct? - there could be signs of water leaking into the oil system, thus meaning the head gasket is at fault. Overheating - chances are there is damage to the cylinder head - addressed to an engineering shop for skimming & pressure testing.

Good luck

Jul 16, 2009 | 1995 Geo Tracker

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1991 geo tracker


check your oil for water, if it has water in the oil you could have possible have just blown a gasket on the head or the intake. Dawnville Auto Salvage has the head probaly save you alot of money 706-226-8668. Troy. If the towing hitch is right jack the frontend up and the hitch will hook to the bumper and the frontend will be off the ground. good luck

Jul 24, 2008 | 1991 Geo Tracker

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