I HAVE 2001 CHRYSLER SEBRING 2.7 MOTOR HAS A LEAK I POUR WATER IN AND STARTS TO LEAK BETWEEN OIL PAN AC COMPRESSOR THERES A HOSE BUT DONT SEE THE LEAK???

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Asked by Feb 28, 2015 at 01:32 PM about the 2001 Chrysler Sebring LXi

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Check the hose good,if it is not the hose,it is possible that it has a intake gasket leak or head gasket issue.

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intake or head gasket it still starts runs good tho??

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IT will run good,if it is and external leak.

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mechanic just said it can be water pump 180 for labor and i have to buy parts???

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Could be pump,but all so could be a leaking hose,if you are confident of the mechanic,and feel safe to his answer,fix the pump,but if you are skeptical,get another opipion.

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thanks for your help exactly what i was thinking about

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yes The water pump is driven by the back side of the engine's primary timing chain...// and has a weep hole that exits out the side of the engine so the coolant does not leak into the engine oil....// if you gonna do the pump you might as well do the chain as well it shouldn't be any more labor considering it has to be removed any how just more for parts

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