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Water pump look for a small leak under the pump their is what is called a weep hole when the bearing is bad it woobles this makes the seal leak .It s like a warning sign you should have no problem if its fixed soon . Like of like you hear your brake pads squeil its time .
Check your belt /s and tenisitenor

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SOURCE: When I put my car in drive I can here a little

Try it with the serpentine belt off,could be the damper,could be also the bolts that hold the torque converter to the flywheel,just pulling a plastic cover will access the bolts.

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