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91 Toyota Hilux Surf

As soon as water has been put in radiator, water pours out front of engine what looks to be at the back of the main crank pulley.

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  • bluesky1233 Jan 09, 2009

    my surf is leaking water from either behind the harmonic balancer or the timing belt cover is this a mager problem on a 2LTE 2.4L TURBO DIESEL



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There's a good chance the water pump is faulty/worn and will need replacing hope this is helpful glenn........

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The damper pulley, on the end of the crank is what drives the belts for pretty much everything else. the engine will overheat, the alternator wont charge, the power steering wont work, the air con wont work,
the back of the pulley has a machined surface that runs inside the front crank seal.
Is there a reason not to believe the toyota mechanic, or did it seem expensive?
The front damper pulley (harmonic balancer) can be $100 or more plus the seal and I believe the radiator needs to come out to complete the job

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