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Water Leaking from lower part of engine.

Fluid is leaking from or around the seam that runs parralel to the truck behind the water pump.Trying to find on online manuel to let pull up the page that show detailed info on the moter. can anyone help with either.

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Leek in your gasket take off water pump clean old gasket and replace with new gasket tork to proper spec hope this helps

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