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Leaking anti freeze

The low fluid light came on a couple of weeks ago, anti freeze way low. Put more anti freeze in it. 2 weeks have went by and the light came on, low on anti freeze looks light is leaking around the frontof engine. Where you put the oil in at the bottom of that looks like antifreeze on it, not sure if it blew on there while driving. What could it be? Thanks...

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It sounds like the WaterPump is Bad. On this Car I would have a Mechanic Repair this. It can be Really tough to Replace on your Own. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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