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Toyota celica gts leaking oil above the powersteering pump pulley

There is a bolt just above the powersteering pump pulley and it bolts to the block and looks like a bushing or something before it bolts to the engine but it leaks quarts of oil within 50 miles

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Or a junk yard.

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Probably the housing for the filter? Have you tried tightening the bolts on the housing?

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nothing try back flushing heater core, they clog up due to litle water preasure,you might want to flush cooling system if you already havent, hope this hleps.

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It is the water pump most likely,they have ,what they call a weep hole in the bottom under the pulley,so they will leak out to let you know to change them right away.If it is on the top coming from the intake area,it would be the intake,they are also bad to leak,but look at the pump,under the pulley.

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is the leak visually on the ground, then it seems like you could get under car and wipe a few things and see what leaks, thats a big leak, car would be leaving a smoke screen behind you from getting all over exhaust system. I would have to say, REAR MAIN SEAL BETWEEN MOTOR AND TRANS, OIL FILTER NOT TIGHT, Is oil all over the timing belt? front gasket/seal failure, Oil sending unit, is the light on or pressure gauge work?

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  • Removal of the Fan Shroud and Drive Belts
    • 1 Drain the cooling system. Place a waste oil collection pan underneath the petcock valve on the lower corner of the radiator. Open the petcock valve to drain the system.
    • 2 Remove the bolts that connect the fan shroud to the radiator core and remove the fan shroud.
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