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Posted by Anonymous on
The front seal is leaking on the pump. The internal impeller will still be turning.You need to replace the water pump before you loose enough coolant causing the engine to overheat
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your water pump is leaking from the water pump for sure that is causing your over heating problem. I am sure that most likely the seal is gone. There is a main seal in the pump, and those are normally the first to go, and you are better off replacing the whole pump, that trying to fix it. Once your water pump is replaced , the over heating problem should be fixed. If pump is leaking it does not have the pressure provided to have the antifreeze and water to flow correctly through engine block and radiator.
Posted on Sep 12, 2011
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