Over heating problem need help
I have replaced the water pump. I just had the AC recharged and that was
saturday 7/9/2016 the next day it started trying to heat up on me. I had the
AC going so I shut that down,it didn't help. I did notice my radiator fluid was
very low, dont know why but I filled it up. I let it run for awhile it didn't heat
up again but I noticed its leaking water from above the AC lines. Its a
steady drip what could it be at this point?? help??
Check and see If the UNDER hood insulation is damp or wet on the drivers side. also The heater hoses maybe routed through the area your describing, and leaking slightly, or the heater core connections.
The under the hood insulation is dry.And it seems to be coming from passenger side.
The water that you see dripping if it is clear it is just condensation which is normal.
Not running the AC it shouldn't be dripping clear water and its never dripped before when I wasn't running the AC since I owned the van so what else is dripping condensation if not the AC because this is something new its doing it has never did before.
Has it rained lately where you live ?
No, it hasn't rained in a few days
Check under the vehicle on the passengers side there should be a rubber hose pointing down toward the ground that is the condensation drain hose it maybe clogged you will need a air compressor and blow gun end that connects to compressor air line and blow air into drain hose.
I don't see anything like that hanging down
I know what hose your talking about but There is no hose hanging down at all.
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