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Water leak subaru impreza turbo .. after replacing thermostat ...there seems to a slite water leak from above the water pump ....

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I would suggest putting in a new water pump. You could take the existing one off and try to seal it but for me it would make more sense to replace it since you have the old one out. They're not too expensive. Mine was $20. You'll need a tube of high temperature gasket sealer to go around the edges of the new pump. Also, make sure you use the gasket that is with the new pump. Hope this helps ya.

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Subaru TSB 02-103-07
Applicability: All Turbo Equipped Vehicles
Subject: Turbocharger Oil Supply Mesh Screen
http://store.forcedperformance.net/merchant2/graphics/subaru_oil/02-103-07.pdf

"... If clogged or restricted, it will reduce or cut off oil supply to the turbo, resulting in failure. ..."

Your turbo may be toast! ***ouch!***
I have found more info on 2004 - 2007 models, but may or may not be applicable to your 2000 Impreza. I am not familiar with the the UK model differences, but if yours has AVCS use your favorite internet search engine to search for "Subaru AVCS" or "Subaru TSB". Good luck!

Additional comments/info from Forced Performance:
Oil Starvation of Turbos on Subaru Vehicles: Why and How.
http://store.forcedperformance.net/merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=Info_SubaruOil

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