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Coolant leak at the front of the engine

2000 Honda odyssey 3.5 has a steady stream coolant leak at the front of the engine. No noticable difference in the gauge reading. Where is the water pump located and what else should be addressed in there. car has an amazing 216,000 miles

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The water pump is located along the left side of the engine underneath the plastic covers. You coolant leak is most likely a radiator hose.

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