If the water is coming from the right that is the water pump which is driven by the timing belt .check timing belt for damage if it is broke you will have a damage engine and you will need to change the water pump .it can be a very expensive joob
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It is fairly straightforward on the M113 V8s. I can't remember if that automatic tensioner has the 15mm socket spot on it just under the tensioner pulley or not. The tensioner is located on the driver-side lower but next to the power steering pump pulley. Move it from YOUR right to left, when facing the engine and remove the belt. Put the new belt on starting at the crank pulley. The rib side routes all the way around the idler pulley-from the crank shaft, Power steering pulley, top guide/idler pulley and then alternator on the lower right(passenger-side). The back or smooth side goes around the tensioner and water pump.fan pulley. I hope that helps.
sounds like the frost plug(freeze plug)let go and needs to be replaced. may have overheated the motor and it stopped due to overheating, as you say it was running and then just stopped and won`t start. just so you know the right side of the motor is the side facing the radiator as the pulleys face the drivers side. this is how a tech differentiates left from right on a Honda. fill with the proper anti-freeze and water mixture. this is all the help I can give you with the information you have supplied.
Is your car left hand drive? Just to know if the engine timing is facing the right side. If it is left hand drive and engine face the right side of the car,surely you will have a water pump leak and you have to strip the timing belt to renew it,
sure... the grill under the wipers is the fresh air intake, i would recomend cleaning it best you can by hand, removing leaves, pine straw, etc, then put a empty pan on you floor board, so you don't ruin carpet, then take a mixture of 1 cup bleach to 1 galon of water ( hot works best) and pour in the grill area... look to see if you see water driping or flowing under car on passenger side. then check your pan inside the car if pan is wet, look for tube under the car passenger side, this is your drain, if it is dripping, get a metal coathanger or a long rod and stick in tube to unclog it. i would recomend this treatment or just rinseing with water once a month or so to keep it open and clean.