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My 1995 subaru lagacy is not holding water from the bottom of the car the water comes out when the car is not running?

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NORMALY THIS IS A LEAK FROM THE WATER PUMP, SMALL HOLE IN THE UNDERSIDE OF THE PUMP LETS IT OUT WHEN THE SEAL IT GONE

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