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Water Leaking from Behind the Water Pump But not the water pump

There is fluid leaking from the lower half of the moter behind the water pump. it is running alng the seam of the part the the water pump is attached too or around there. Tried to find a online free service manuel for the page that shows detailed parts listed so I could tell what I was looking at but couldn't find it

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Did you ever resolve the issue and know what it was that was sleaking?

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Sounds like the bypass hose from water pump to the intake manifold is leaking

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    did u every figure out the issue?

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