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Leaking from bottom of engine gasket that runs around the circumfrance of the shape of the bottom... maybe a 30 inch gasket. Leak changes place in gasket as to level of car. It could be coming from some place else, but I looked high and low...twice...and never found any other place where a leak was coming from.
Probaly your water pump is leaking and it's leaking to where it makes you think it's coming from somewhere else,wip up good,then drive around the block,and check it out and follow leak.Here's a link in case your water pump sprung a leak in fall.http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?fromSearchPage=true&pageId=0996b43f8036e84f&partName=Removal+%26+Installation&partId=0996b43f8036e84f
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
watch for leaks and follow them after you drive i would geuss checking your thermostate housing both parts, the hoses that go to the heater core by the throttle body and the hose that goes to the throttle body, im guessing this is the turbo, if it is a non turbo it would be a hoses the waterpump or the oring that goes into the waterpipe on the front of the block, just get in there and take a good luck and remember the rules of gravity =) good luck man and if you need any parts for it let me know we got alot of these parts cars out in our yard
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Is the belt on the power steering pump tight or loose does the pump makes a huming noise when turning steering all these are causes of hard to turn steering belt need to be (tight) on pump and pump must not be huming when turning steering add fluid if needed and play with steering to see if help if not need to replace pump
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
Normal oil consumption for a car is about 1 quart per 3,000miles. If you can calculate how much of a quart low you are per oil change you will be able to tell whether your oil consumption is excessive or not.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Check out your freeze plugs. They are thin metal cups that press fit into the side of the block. Use a mirror and a light to inspect while the engine is running.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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