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You will have to clarify behind the oil pan. Front of engine towards fan. Rear of engine transmission side. Or above the pan towards engine side. If there is coolant leaking from behind the engine (between the engine and trans) and is not running down from above eg head gasket or hose connection, chances are good that there is a frost plug leaking on the rear of the block.
Remove plate at rear of oven remove fan blade 3 screws hold fan in place remove bottom screw incompletely slacken top screws. Remove all screws holding rear panel you have bend top right hand corner of rear panel don't worry if pops back when refitted,best to wear gloves, remove fan replace refit in reverse.
The fan motor runs when the thermostat asks it to.
If the machine is not at the proper temperature, the fan will run 24/7.
You have a cooling problem with the machine.
here are some areas to check.
1. The fan motor in the freezer compartment. It is behind the rear panel. You should be able to hear it running when you open the freezer door.
2. The defrost system has failed. Once again, open the freezer door, if you see frost built up on the rear panel, Either, the defrost timer, defrost thermostat, or main heater has failed.
3. The compressor is bad, or the start components mounted on the side of the compressor have failed.
4. Refrigerent has leaked out, or the system has an internal restriction.
The last 2 items are best left to a trained repair technician.
Sealant alone will not stop a leak where the luggage rack is leaking, if it is the L/R. I am a Pilot and you just cant imagine how water can be driven in past sealant at speed. If you are leaving it to the dealer to correct this leak, good luck. I really believe it is the rack. A window leak is to easy to correct.
SERIOULSY!!!!! first, go to a car wash, steam clean/ shampoo the entire engine (taking care to avoid directly spraying electricl components/distributor) then drive for about 10 km (6 miles) and look underneath the hood and see where the oil is possibley leaking from. Remeber, oil can leak down from the top and make somethine below it look as though that is where the oil is coming from. Also, the fan air can blow the oil from front to back making the oil drip from all over. Possible places that oil leaks come front: top = valve cover. front = cam shaft or crank shaft seal if from the rear = could be rear main seal.
MAKE SURE THE FAN IN REAR OF FREEZER COMPARTMENT IS RUNNING , SOME TIME YOU MUST DEPRESS THE DOOR SWITCH ON THE FREEZER DOOR TO WATCH FAN IF NOT REPLACE FAN , NOT BAD MOST UNPLUG , IF THIS IS NOT IT YOU COULD HAVE A INTERMITTENT DEFROST TIMER OR A BAD DEFROST HEATER