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At the side of the engine block cooling water is dripping, how can i replace this defective parts?

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  • Denis Aube May 11, 2010

    Is it dripping right from the side of the block or is the leak coming from a fitting or hose connection?

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It sounds like a welsh plug that is leaking if you don't know much about motors then you should take it to someone who dose. It is reasonably easy job though

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2006 pontiac grand prix smells antifreeze in car


Is there coolant leaking inside the car? Check the floor under the passenger side dashboard. If the carpet is wet your heater core is leaking.

If the floor is dry check the coolant elbows going from the block into the automatic belt tensioner. That's inside the engine compartment. They are notorious for leaking. You may not be able to see the leak because it drips onto the block and evaporates. That's what the smell may be.

Search google images for "3800 series 3 coolant elbow" to see the part I am talking about.

The only way to find a coolant leak is to pressurize the cooling system. You can rent a coolant pressure tester from an auto supply store. Pressurize the system and look for leaks. You may have a leaking water pump.

The elbows can be purchased from the dealer. The water pump you can get from an auto supplier. Might as well change the thermostat while you are doing the other repair. Drain the cooling system and refill with fresh dex coolant.

Make sure you bleed all of the air out of the system or the car will overheat.

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YOU NEED TO PUT A COOLING SYSTEM PRESSURE TESTER ON .THIS WILL ALLOW YOU TO FIND THE PROBLEM .YOU GET LOAN ONE AT ADVANCE AUTO PARTS .look from every angle and you will find your leak.GOOD LUCK!

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1997 ram 1500 5.2 l water jacket core plugs. where are they and how do u replace them


Well, if you can see water dripping from the freeze plug, I don't think I should have to tell you where it is located....You obviously already know that.

To change it, drain your cooling system the best you can. Then use a punch ot pry ber or something similar wjth a hammer to drive the plug into the engine block. Once the plug is driven in, it can be turned sideways and pulled out with a pair of pliers. Then you buy a new freeze plug and install it into the engine block to plug the hole. There are "freeze plug driver" tool kits available for performing this task. Some of the aftermarket parts suppliers will "loan" you the tools to accomplish this. Many of the freeze plugs are very difficult to access with the engine in the vehicle. MOST of them can be replaced without removing the engine, but many of them require the special driver tools to install them correctly.

Depending on WHICH freese plugs are leaking, other components like alternators, power steering pumps, motor mounts, etc. may have to be removed to gain access to them. The ones on the back of the engine block require the transmission to be removed in order to get to them. You just have to deal with each one as required.

In some cases where the cooling system is badly corroded, it is more cost-effective to just remove the engine from the vehicle and replace ALL of the freeze plugs. Again, this has to be judged on a case-by-case basis.

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I have a Ford Taurus SES 2001. When the engine cools down I get two small patches of coolant that drip off of the front (water pump end of the engine) corners of the engine block. I have had the head...


Hello, You do have a water temperature sensor and radiator hose on top of the engine. There is a simple tool for testing the cooling system. A radiator pressure testing pump can pressurize the cooling system and even check the cap.

Some of the autoparts stores like Autozone, Advance, and Oreillys have tool loaner programs for a refundable deposit. This tool is similar to a bicycle pump with fittings for the radiator cap opening. You just pump up the system to the pressure stated on the cap.

The test can be run on a cold or warm engine. I hope my solution will let you find your leak.

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Over last 6 weeks 3 hoses have gone one by one now theres water dripping into drivers footwell


you don`t say what year or type of car this is.if its coolant dripping into the footwell and its a caravan then the heater core is over by that side of the car and could be whats leaking.

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My heat ( only blows cold air) won't work and my car seems like it's going to overheat. What could this be?


First, start by replacing the thermostat. It's located under the coolant filler cap / thermostat housing on a 2.4L dohc engine block on the upper left (passenger side)of the engine. We just replaced one in ours, but when we took the thermostat housing off, we discovered that the thermostat had broken/exploded, and that the lower thermostat spring and retainer were probably stuck inside the engine cooling galleries. We ran the car without replacing the thermostat, but it did not improve. The engine was still getting hot, and the heater blower still wasn't blowing hot air. We're going to try to replace the thermostat with the correct one (parts place gave us the wrong one and it didn't fit at all...), bleed the air out of the system again and see if there's some kind of link to there having to be a thermostat in the system. If that doesn't fix it, I'll have to look at the water pump to see if it's actually moving the water or not. If the water pump isn't functioning, the water isn't getting moved from the hot block to the radiator (where it's cooled through the radiator and goes back into the suction side of the water pump). If the pump is fine, and the new thermostat doesn't fix the problem, we'll have to investigate the possibility that the thermostat parts that got into the water galleries is somehow restricting the cooled water flow back into the engine, and that will be an expensive fix, I presume. Like all other cooling system problems though, start with replacing the thermostat. It's fast, cheap and will let you know where to look next if that doesn't fix it, but that problem is usually only a thermostat issue.

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1999 buick century..my temperature guage sometime goes in the red and then back 2 normal...once it does that it takes my car awhile 2 heat up


Hello! Replace the thermostat, it is defective...I would suggest flushing the cooling system with the heat set to high...Your engine requires Dex-Cool anti-freeze...It, due to electrolysis, has a tendency to "clump" blocking proper flow...Drain the cooling system...Fill with plain water...Allow engine to heat up and when the thermostat opens shut down and drain...Do this three times or until water is clear...Replace thermostat and refill with Dex-Cool...Allow all air to escape before installing cap...

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How do i change a water pump on 1996 grand cherokee limited V8


I'll assume you have a 4.0l

The 4.0L engine is equipped with a reverse rotation (counterclockwise) water pump. The word REVERSE is stamped or imprinted on the cover of the viscous fan drive and on the inner side of t he fan. The letter R is stamped onto the water pump impeller. When replacing water pump, ensure proper pump is installed. Installation of the wrong water pump will cause engine overheating.

NOTE:On models with 4.0 L engine, front grill must be removed to access radiator draincock. Draining cooling system can be accomplished by removing drain plug from side of block as well as by loosening radiator draincock. Drain plug is located on lower left side of engine block.

Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system. Disconnect electric cooling fan connector. Remove electric cooling fan and electric fan shroud assembly (if equipped).
Loosen, but do not remove, 4 water pump pulley-to-water pump hub bolts and 4 viscous fan-to-idler pulley nuts. Remove accessory drive belt. Remove 4 viscous fan to idler pulley nuts, and remove fan and shroud together.
Remove 4 water pump pulley bolts and remove pulley. Remove power steering pump and bracket. Disconnect heater hoses and lower radiator hose at water pump. Remove 4 water pump retaining bolts. Remove water pump.

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Hi, just got advice from u, but local know it all said something about freeze plugs, what are they?


freeze plugs are brass shallow cup like inserts-about 1 inch wide that are pressed into the side of the block a v-8 would have about 3 on each side and as the name freeze-out plug suggests back when water was used in engine if water froze the plug would pop instead of water/ice cracking block - their on the side of the engine block if one is leaking replace will see anti-freeze/water weeping or dripping on side of block by plug

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How do you replace the waterpump on a bmw z3 2.2


3.0 Coupe

Removing and installing complete water pump (M52 / S52 /M52TU/ M54 / M56)

Remove alternator
drive belt, refer to Engine, Cooling and Exhaust - Engine - Drive Belts, Mounts, Brackets and Accessories - Drive Belt - Service and Repair - Procedures See: Engine\Drive Belt\Service and Repair
Note: M52/S52 The water drain plug is located on the exhaust side between cylinders 4 and 5 in the engine block (illustration).
M52TU / M54 / M56 The water drain plug is located on the exhaust side on cylinder 2 in the engine block.
Drain and dispose of coolant.

Installation:
Replace seal.
Tightening Torque, refer to Specifications - Mechanical. See: Specifications
Vent cooling system and check for leaks, refer to Engine, Cooling and Exhaust - Cooling System - Service and Repair - Procedures. See: Service and Repair
Release belt pulley,Release water pump.,Tighten two screws (M6) into thread of water pump and water pump out of timing case.

Installation:
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