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Leaking water on right side of engine. Unable to see the cause. 4cyl. 1998 Grand Am

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Front or back drive wen front it is the water pump

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My 1998 Crown Victoria had steamed the passenger side windshield, digital thermostat never indicated that the engine was hot, i smell antifreeze, water leaking inside passenger side by glove box and a


It sure sounds like the heater core, especially if you have water leaking inside the cabin. The two heater hoses only go from the engine to the firewall, and do not go into or through the firewall. They connect to the heater core right at the firewall.
Check carefully around the back side of the engine and the heater hoses, though. If a freeze plug is leaking, water will be dripping off the bottom of the engine. If it is leaking before the firewall, that would not be the heater core.

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A bad heater core could cause a couple of isses. If it is plugged internaly you would get no heat. If it is leaking you would have anti-freeze dripping into the cab on the right side or dripping under the car in the area of the right floor board.

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My 1998 jeep grand cherokee is running hot and leaking water, is the water pump bad?


well first i would check all the water hoses in the engine compartment for cracks and leaks then check around the radiater for leaks if you don't see any water leaking from the hoses or the radiater then try to see if you see water coming from the water pump behind the cooling fan if the water is leaking from behind the cooling fan then it is most likely your water pump

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98 grand cherokee jeep leaking from behind the belt area. green water?


Good Evening, right behind your belts is your water pump. This is something you shoudl have replaced pretty darn soon if not it could be detrimental to the life of your engine. Hope this sheds some light on your situation.

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I have 1998 740i BMW that is overheating. 1) What are the warning signs of a bad water pump? 2) What are the warning signs of a blown head gasket? 3) What are the warning signs of bad timing?


Timing - engine is not sounding right or back firing.
Head gasket - water and oil mixing, see inside water bottle. or open bottle. rev engine when cold, if starts spitting water out while cold like a fountain.
Water pump - Water leaking from side of engine. or when car started and water bottle is open and no circulation is visible could be signs of water pump
Remember - Block radiator lines can also cause over heating problems and lack of water circulation.

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Good luck (remember comment and rated this).

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Milky substance on your dip stick indicates contamination in your engine oil, most likely coolant and that is an indication of head gasket, or intake gasket gone bad and coolant leaking into your oil system. Note that coolant in your engine oil is bad, coolant will corrode the internal engine's bearing causing you to replace or overhaul the engine. The engine not starting is most likely the result of being blown and will need to be replaced.
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1998 jeep grans cherokee leaking water in the


Hi Vichall,

The first step is to locate the leak and identify the source.

Pull the rug back. Dry the area. This will help locate new moisture.

  • Is the water clear? Does it smell sweet?
  • Does it only leak with the engine running? After Turned off? All the time?
  • Does it only leak with the heater on? A/C on?
  • Is your coolant level down?
  • Is their a time of day it happens more? (Early morning)
Comment back with your findings. We can take it from there

Best regards
Mike


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The back side of the cylinder head has metal fitting/pipe connected to a hose that goes to the heater system inside the cabin, the hose sometimes cracks off just behind the clamp holding it to the metal fitting/pipe.

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