Where is the leak


Asked by Spek42 Jun 10, 2014 at 04:15 AM about the 1998 Honda Civic Coupe DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I Poor water in radiator an its coming
right out somewhere behind the
motor.. who might know where it is

8 Answers


It may be your heater hose it maybe cracked check all the hoses for cracks or If one has popped

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Sounds like you could have a bad freeze out plug to me. These are sometimes difficult to see leaking in the rear due to the transmission etc. If you have a video camera with a display screen and zoom these can sometimes be used to inspect tight spaces. Good Luck!


Thank you..


get under and look, and be careful for the hot stuff and the moving stuff because it ain't coming out the way you say unless the engine is running. If you can't find the leak by looking then buy some glasses, take to a shop,or mount a 1000 gal tank on the roof and refill it when it gets low.

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He ask me this question before,and first he said it was coming out from under intake,now it,s coming out back of motor,whats,next his bath tub?

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and read your garage in box now and again

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My answer has already been posted. My comment is: Why when folks ask for help, do the members of this site give a bunch of wise cracks?


I, while being disappointed because I am actually searching out here because I need solution to my own vehicular problem, found the ridicule of your situation somewhat humorous.

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