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'94 Mazda MX-6 leaking antifreeze from passanger side engine

My mx-6 is absolutely pouring water out the front passanger engine block just on the inside of the passanger front wheel well. Appears to be a gasket leaking but I have no idea what that area is to fix it.

Started as a small leak when I purchased the vehicle in november and now loses so much antifreeze I can't drive for 15 minutes without overheating.

Just want to know what part of the system is leaking and whether it can get into the oil, or chambers (Its started to run rough and I was going to replace the spark plugs/timing belt but I thought it was the radiator leaking before). Also about how much would it be to fix?

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Don't drive while it is over heating, cast aluminum doesn't like heat and will warp. Should take it to a repair shop if your not sure what is wrong with your vehicle. Your problem sound like the water pump is shot you may have all ready caused major damage if you have drove your vehicle for a while.

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