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I have a 96 v6 camaro rs leaking water from the water pump area

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.....................SORRY, SOUNDS LIKE S BAD SEAL....ANY NOISE? HOWLING?? GRINDING?? PUMP GOING SOUTH SOON?!! SORRY........

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