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Rover 45 problem with water leaking

In response to your last mailing - firstly thanks for taking the time to answer and secondly your answer makes sense; however didn't make any reference to the loss of water - where would this water be leaking out to- any idea?? My dad did say something about the thermostat, could it be linked to this at all would you know... How serious a problem before it affects the costly head gasket??
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Hi sorry if this response is a little late,,, i aint been on for a while,,, the thermostat could cause the heat problem but if you loosing coolant it has to go somewhere,,, check for dripping anywhere under the car and around the cylinder head,, the head gasket can leak 1 of 2 ways out of the head/into the head but lets rule that out for now as now over heating,, if you have had the waterpump replaced go for the thermostat it should cure the problem ,
Hope this isnt too late, let me know if you need anymore help

Steve

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