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After changeing heads on range rover p38 1996 i replaced water pump all cleaned up new gasket and sealer but now have a leak from pump area only leaks when engine running help please

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Unfortunately your going to have to access and remove water pump again until you find what is causing the leak. Possible gasket slipped , left over material or excessive pitting.

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It could be your head gasket.

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You could have a leaking water pump gasket. Did you put sealant on it when you replaced it? were ALL surfaces totally clean?

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