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An A/C leak or a coolant leak or a power steering fluid leak or even a brake fluid leak... MarcW - 9 years ago Quote CK in Chatham NJ I havent driven my Boxster in about a month and while in the garage today (to get some salt to throw on the walk way in front of my house) I noticed a large oil stain in the cement behind the passenger side front ...
Apr 29, 2015 · I found my reservoir had a small leak at the seam on the radiator side. I have seen a lot of posts about his problem and it seems to me the reservoir may be defective in a lot of JK'S or they just tend to leak at the seam from heating and cooling it causes them to crack. I merely used some super glue on the entire seam and it doesn't leak anymore.
Aug 14, 2018 · Maintaining a proper coolant level becomes essential when it comes to keeping your engine cool. That is why it becomes essential to detect and fix a coolant leak as soon as possible. If the coolant leaking from bottom of car is a situation, you are facing right now, reading through would be beneficial.
Most likely a weep hole leak, where it leaks on the side of hot engine-- but dries before it hits the ground. You should be able to see traces of white residue-- along the path the coolant was taking. You can take a much closer look by removing the wheel and moving the flap on the splashguard- use a flashlight to lightup the area around the pulleys.
Jan 26, 2009 · My Volkswagen Passat 1.8 1999 car has had water leaking into the passenger side foot well only and this is particularly bad when it has been raining. The water is clear and does not have any obvious smell, although obviously the car interior starts smelling musty due to the damp. It is quite a copious amount of water, quite literally a puddle! There seems to be more water at the back than at ...
Locate the inserts that are on the passenger side of the truck. There are 2 or 3 of these that are right above the fresh air intake for the cab. If these inserts are not perfectly sealed, then water leaks through them, and goes in the fresh air intake and through the blower motor of the heating system.
The reservoir is right there. That could be a source of several leaks. In front of the tire means a possibility of the radiator could be leaking on the left side. 1 - 13 of 13 Posts
Next morning - drove to the dealership, got some of their OEM coolant - took 2/3 gallon, and the temp never budged afterwards. Took it for a good drive - (20 miles), reservoir was good, no leaks. Next morning took it out, went for coffee and there's a puddle and dripping near the driver's side door, reservoir almost empty.