Question about 1989 Subaru DL
Appears to be a bad leak under the pump
Presume this is a non-turbo engine. Remove engine timing belt, drain coolant, remove and replace the water pump mounted on the front left of the engine, and re-assemble. Remember to follow correct procedure to reset the timing belt tensioner, and this would be a dandy time to replace the timing belt also. Refill with coolant, run until thermostat opens
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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