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1991 buick park avenue leaking water...

My daughter's car is leaking water from the rear of the engine passenger's side of car. Is this the water pump? She added water to the radiator and the excess run over tank. After she started the car the water didn't seem to be circulating at all. When I looked under the car it is leaking pretty quickly. Is this the water pump?

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This sounds like a core plug

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