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Why would oil be coming out of the water pump?

Mud like water came shooting out of the water pump.

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You have a blown head gasket and your water has gotten into your oil

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Chrysler 3.3 Town and country, oil shooting out somewhere behind the water pump, what could it be?


Hi Nathan:
"Shooting out" sounds like a high pressire leak.
I would suggest that you give it a really good clean, and then run it for a very short time, Like only a minute. Use a mirror and flashlight to try to lee if you can see fluid.
The only high pressure oil that I can thinik of that is near the water pump might be pthe power steering pump. Perhaps one of the hoses has been chafing and has a leak.
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I have a 2013 rincon 680 with 26" mud lights on it and almost every time I ride it over heats been through 2 water pumps. always pressure wash everything off after every ride only 650 miles on it. Had...


if it is water cooled check for mud in the radiator fins. If air cooled check fpr mud at the base of the head and barrel fins. You may need a compression test to see if there is a head gasket problem if water cooled .

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White foam in water pump


Sounds like water in the oil. Head gasket

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I have a mud like substance in my radiator and qwhat causes that


What you see is a mixture of water, oil and fuel, Unfortunately you car has a blown head gasket or cracked head, you need to get a mechanic to completely diagnose it as the engine will sustain more damage if you continue to use it.

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My 1998 cadillac devill is running hot. I've had the cap replace, termostat replace, water pump replace, raditor flushed. I do not see any water leaking from know where. And my oil stick is clean not...


Check that both cooling fans run. One is controlled by engine temp, the other is controlled by the A/C and should come on almost the instant the A/C is turned on.
Check that nothing is blocking airflow thru the condensor and radiator, and that the fins on both are clean. i. e. no bugs, debris, or mud. Clean with a strong stream of water, not high pressure car wash water.
Could be the engine temperature sensors are reading high.
Best cooling with a 50/50 mix.

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After mud and water went through my fuel system a mechanic advised me to change injectors,rail and injector pump but cant get injectors out. It is 3ltr turbo diesel common rail.


your filters should have prevented mud from getting to your injetors, water in the system can cause some problems but nothing so drastic as to change the injectors injector pump or the rail....change your filters, water collectors. make sure there is no more mud or water in your tank . not familiar with that particular engine but you may have to bleed the injection system....oh and get a new mechanic

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I have mud like stuff in my radiator


Mud like stuff? You mean oil like stuff? Is it white and greasy looking? This is not good. Check your oil for water, sounds like you have a head gasket going. Look for steam out the exhaust after it warms up. Drip some oil off the dipstick onto the hot exhaust and see if it sizzles, (water) oil will just smoke. Keep an eye on the temp gauge. Don't let it overheat. And shut it down if it does. A radiator shop can tell you if you have lost compression. Hope this helps.

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I am having trouble removing the LOWER timing chain cover. I understand that it can be done w/o removing the cylinder head.


I assume that you have raised the car and removed the wheel and underside mud cover on that side, and also removed the accessory/serpentine belts. Remove the alternator too, if it is in the way. Also, remove the motor mount on that side, and use a jack under the oil pan to raise the engine to get better access if necessary. Remove the crankshaft pulley. Not sure about the water pump pulley on your car. With everything out of the way, the cover should come off.

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oil pump in engine is like heart in human body ! do not run engine with out fix it .ck the oil pan,oil screen for mud and tar, oil filter for clogs, the oil pump is located in the L side of engine behand the timing cover next to the water pump

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