|01-17-2013 03:35 PM|
|Patrick H||You can not "over fill" a radiator. To the OP, it's near impossible to tell you where your exact leak is in the pics. Chances are it's the radiator (usually a seam on a composite radiator).|
|01-17-2013 03:30 PM|
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|01-17-2013 10:21 AM|
|stonewall_jeep||I had one in my 2000, would leak antifreeze from the top and drip all the way down. Found out it was because I overfilled it with antifreeze|
|01-17-2013 10:03 AM|
|01-17-2013 07:55 AM|
|jjone54||Here a picture from top to bottom i see a leak, is this leak at top seam?|
|01-16-2013 10:26 PM|
|jjone54||01 sport 4.0, radiator does not look original but is the plastic top, has 104k does not look like from top at all, ill check drain petcock tomorrow, the coolant is sitting on bottom frame of radiator and drip straight down on the draglink|
|01-16-2013 09:13 PM|
Dripping near the petcock/drain? Are you sure it's not coming from the top and just collecting at the bottom? What year Jeep? Is it the original radiator with the plastic tanks? At least on the TJ, these are notorious for leaking at the seams; I've been through two.
You should be able to take it to a shop and have it pressure tested, but better to have an idea specifically from where it is leaking. If it is leaking at the seams, your best bet is to go with an aluminum radiator if you can afford it; the tanks are typically TIG welded to the core.
|01-16-2013 08:42 PM|
|jjone54||Btt anyone? Is there a hose or what?|
|01-16-2013 07:04 PM|
My radiator started a leak today its right at bottom facing engine, could it be bad radiator or something fixable without replacement?