fluid leak

Asked by May 18, 2009 at 12:26 PM about the Ford Escort

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car is leaking radiator fluid but not from the rad . the leak is on the right hand side if i am facing the front of the car. does that mean its a water pump??????

3 Answers

25

probly not the water pump is under the cover on the passenger side of the car if im remembering right and they didnt change too much into the late 90's than you should look more at the thermostat housing and bypas hoses

8,185

probably a bad hose. just pop the hood and it shouldnt be too hard to spot where the leak is from

5

Check that your cooling system really is loosing water and that it's not just condensation from the aircon

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