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Watter leaking Voyager 1996 3.3

Old 01-08-2010, 02:36 PM
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I bought today a 1996 Chrysler grand voyager 3,3 engine
and here in sweden is 10 Minus degrees and cold.
and i notice the car didn get warm inside, the engine temp was ok but it was not very warm in the car
i checked the colling fluid and it was low and i filled it upp to max. and after 1 hour driving the air in the car was blowing cold again
and i can See that someplace under the car its dropping watter, under engine driver side,

wounder what it can be?
watter pump or just a hose?

Old 01-08-2010, 03:32 PM
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hey TKA I see red fluid leaking from under my car where is it coming from???
Old 01-08-2010, 03:52 PM
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On a Left Hand drive minivan, the water pump is on the passenger or right side of the van. Another common leak spot is the coolant lines to the rear heater also on the passenger or right side. On the left side or driver side, there is only a couple heater hoses above the transmission. You need to open the bonnet and look for the leak. Do NOT keep driving, you will destroy the engine (motor) if it does not have sufficient coolant
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