Genesis Leak Repair & Diagnostic Specialist Workshop in Dubai

Genesis Oil is leaking from your engine or Coolant leak From bottom? It seems you’ve gone too long without an Oil Change Service or you are driving with an oil leakage problem it May be Oil Sludge. Please don’t do this and let us inspect before this simple engine oil leakage repair can cause a major engine problem.

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Brown Or Black Fluid Leaking From Genesis: Oil

If you’re wondering “what is leaking under my Genesis?” and notice that the fluid is brown, black, or amber in color, it’s probably engine oil. Get closer to the fluid so you can touch it. If it feels slick and is hard to get off your fingers, it’s likely oil. You should further investigate by taking note of where it’s coming from, since oil can leak from various spots that include the head gasket, oil filter, oil plug, and timing cover. Once you’ve determined it’s oil, check the oil level and refill as needed. Then you can either make plans to get your Genesis to a mechanic fairly soon so you can find out why it’s leaking oil, or fix the issue yourself by adding No Leak Engine Oil Stop Leak. The biggest concern here is driving your Genesis on little to no oil, which means you’ll have to check and refill the oil frequently until you make it to a mechanic.

Clear Fluid Leaking From Genesis: Water

The least concerning liquid that might leak from your Genesis is water. So why does your Genesis have water leaking from the bottom of it? Probably because you’ve been running your air conditioner, which leads to water condensation. The other common cause of a water leak is the windshield washing system, which is also not an issue. In general, as long as you can determine that one of these two systems is behind the water leak, you can ignore it.

 

Clear Fluid Leaking From Genesis: Water

The least concerning liquid that might leak from your Genesis is water. So why does your Genesis have water leaking from the bottom of it? Probably because you’ve been running your air conditioner, which leads to water condensation. The other common cause of a water leak is the windshield washing system, which is also not an issue. In general, as long as you can determine that one of these two systems is behind the water leak, you can ignore it.

 

Red Fluid Leaking From Genesis: Automatic Transmission Fluid

Another Genesis liquid that is slick is automatic transmission fluid. However, it tends to be pink or dark red in color, and it definitely doesn’t smell like oil. In fact, it’s considered odorless. If you suspect your Genesis is leaking transmission fluid, you can confirm it by looking for the leak near the middle or front of the Genesis, especially by the selector shaft or the fluid drain hole, or between the engine and the transmission. You should also check the transmission fluid levels and add some if you need to, and then add No Leak Transmission Fluid Stop Leak to the system. Keep in mind that driving your Genesis without enough of transmission fluid can keep the gears from shifting smoothly and might even damage the transmission, so it’s important to ensure you have enough.

Yellow Fluid Leaking From Genesis: Coolant

One of the most common reasons you might think, “what is leaking under my Genesis?” is coolant, which is a liquid that can be anything from yellow or green to pink. Since few other fluids come in these colors, you should be able to identify coolant right away. If you’re still unsure, note that coolant smells a bit sweet and feels slimy. This fluid might leak from the radiator, its overflow tank, the water pump, or hoses. If you think it’s coolant under your Genesis, you can add Royal Prince Auto Care Cooling System Stop Leak to the system to take care of the leak. Be sure to add more coolant to the reservoir afterward.

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Brown, Slick Fluid Leaking From Genesis: Brake Fluid

One liquid you don’t want leaking from your Genesis is brake fluid. It’s typically either light or dark brown, depending on how old it is, and it’s slippery to the touch. Look for this fluid under the wheels or anywhere near the brakes in general. If you do see brake fluid, don’t try to drive your Genesis, as you run the risk of not being able to stop. The best course of action is to have the Genesis towed to a mechanic. Fortunately, brake fluid leaks are pretty rare, so hopefully you don’t run into this situation.

Frequently Asked Questions

• When your Genesis leaks oil and other fluids, it is often a sign of a larger problem. If you ignore oil leaks, they can lead to major engine damage and a more expensive repair bill.
• Oil and other vehicle fluids from Genesis are toxic. Fix your leak so that vehicle fluids don’t end up in puddles where kids and pets like to play!
• Fixing vehicle leaks is good for the environment. Vehicles drip an estimated 7 million quarts of motor oil into the Puget Sound watershed each year. Oil and other petroleum products can harm wildlife and habitat. When it rains, storm water runoff carries petroleum products to rivers, streams, lakes and Puget Sound.

Genesis leaks repairs can depending on the location and type of leak. The most common type of leak is a leaking valve cover gasket and this is generally an inexpensive fix. More expensive leak repairs are deep within the Genesis engine and require significant labor hours.

Oil leaks can be come from many different places on a Genesis. Examples of causes include:
• Oil Filter wearing out.
• Oil drain plug wearing out (worn out threads) or being loose.
• Missing, loose or broken oil filler cap.
• Valve gasket seal failure. The gasket is the seal between the engine block and the oil pan and it can degrade over time due to heat and build up of sludge.
• Physical damage of the oil pan due to running over a rock or debris.
• Crankcase is overfilled.

Oil leaks can be come from many different places on a Genesis. Examples of causes include:
• Oil Filter wearing out.
• Oil drain plug wearing out (worn out threads) or being loose.
• Missing, loose or broken oil filler cap.
• Valve gasket seal failure. The gasket is the seal between the engine block and the oil pan and it can degrade over time due to heat and build up of sludge.
• Physical damage of the oil pan due to running over a rock or debris.
• Crankcase is overfilled.

Models We Deal

At Royal Prince Auto Care, we excel in delivering exceptional Genesis services. Our skilled team of professionals is highly experienced in maintaining various Genesis models, guaranteeing effective and dependable Service. Whether you possess a prestigious Genesis, rely on Royal Prince Auto Care for all your Genesis requirements, irrespective of your vehicle’s make or model.

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