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Exhaust and coolant problems are two separate things. It's possible the donut that connects your exhaust manifold to the pipe came loose or the exhaust manifold or pipe has a hole from rust. You obviously still have a coolant leak somewhere. Start the engine and look under the car to see if you can see coolant dripping. It's either coming from one of your hoses, thermostat, water pump or coolant lines that run from your radiator to your transmission (if you have an automatic). There's a good chances are if it's still leaking the new water pump may not have been installed correctly. Also check your oil to make sure it's not milky white. That means your oil is mixing with the coolant from a blown head gasket. That can happen if the engine overheats severely. Head gasket repair is very expensive.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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