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WATER DRIPPING FROM BOTTOM PULLEY AROUND RUBBER GASKET

20000 JEEP WRANGLER 4.OL WATER DRIPPING FROM BEHIND BOTTOM PULLEY RUBBER GASKET AT CONNECTION TO FRONT OF MOTOR

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U have a leaking water pump. the water is running down to the pulley from the pump.

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