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I have an 04 pacifica and there is a very small pinhole right next to the oilfilter and it is pouring water in a steady stream with the car running or not is this the weep hole for the waterpump?

Coolant leak

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SOURCE: Leaking coolant

freeze plugs are supposed to pop out if the coolant starts to freeze in order to keep the block from cracking. the holes the plungs sit in are als used to cast the engine. see a mechanic and tell him you need a freeze plug replaced and show him which one it is, it won't cost more than $35. PLEASE RATE MY ANSWER.

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check for vacuum leak and look at the reading on the mass air flow.

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SOURCE: 2000 chrysler concorde leaking coolant from a small hole located in the block right under the thermostat

IS THAT UR WATER PUMP ? If not maybe freeze plug.

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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