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We answered that didn't we?

Again ---no motor shown,no vehicle- even

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Fill the Coolant System & take to a dealer or shop
to find & repair it

Posted on Nov 25, 2014

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Check the heater core hoses.

Posted on Nov 25, 2014

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You don't say which engine you have but if I were you I would get a cooling system tester and test your cooling system. Very simple to use you just remove your radiator cap and install the tester and pump it up to the PSI listed on your radiator cap. You may be able to rent one. After you pump it up watch for the leak and pinpoint it. Not knowing which engine you have, I'm guessing the 4.3 liter. I believe there is a heater hose connector in the right hand side of your intake manifold. Those are common for leaking. I'm not sure where your compressor is located. Also you may have an intake manifold gasket leaking which is common. With the tester you should be able to trace it down. Also it is possible that your new pump could be faulty or it it possible that you didn't get the gasket surface area clean?

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SOURCE: water leaking bad from front of motor.

freeze plugs will be located towards bottom of the engine. It could be the water pump, or a bad hose.

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