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I neet help here I have 95 corolla I have problem by the water pump is small hose attach from the car that's where is leaking water what can I do please thank you and deep..

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  • vinnyparry
    vinnyparry Nov 01, 2012

    is it losing alot of water or just slight drips

  • ahoxha1982 Nov 01, 2012

    Slight drips but I have to watch it so the heater has water or ad some water.

  • vinnyparry
    vinnyparry Nov 02, 2012

    if its only slight drips u can use k-seal or strip it clean it up and put aroldite on it but the surface has to be clean and dry

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