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2001 chrysler sebring lxi is leaking coolant and seems to have a emissions problem

My car is leaking coolant, it is coming out like a river underneath the car and a little through the bleeder. can't seem to find exactly where it is coming from and I also seem to have an emisssions problem. Can you help?

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The coolant leak is probably from the water pump. The seal behind the bearing is worn out. You need a new water pump.

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HI. Here is the complete line up of specs concerning your vehicles front and rear tires. You did not post the trim line of this car, so I posted all models and tire combination's specified by the manufacture.


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