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Re: windshield water tank leaks
Remove tank and use EXPOXY glue its available from Auto-Zone or almost any auto parts place and use to fix leak. It can withstand high temperature and cold temperature will work well. Good Luck and thanks for using FIX YA
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Find out where its leaking from. A broken hose or a cracked tank. Find the leak and fix the leak. Have someone spray the washers as you look for the leak. Should be easy to spot and then repair....If it a cracked and leaking tank ....replace the tank???
The fuel pump for this car is electric and is located inside the fuel tank, so you have a leaking fuel line, when the pump is running you have a leak, when the engine is shut off the pressure goes away and no leak.
Yes, there is a "bypass outlet" coolant hose that connects from the water pump inlet pipe (metal pipe that runs from back of water pump along engine block to lower radiator hose) to the intake manifold.
I am not sure about the "black box" - not enough detail.