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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check around the cylinder heads incase the water jackets have gone also any pipes that may go across or over this position hope this helps ivan
Posted on Oct 25, 2012
On the water pump there is a weep hole when the pump fails they tend to leak out of the weep holes. Its also possible the water pump seal failed too. On this car the timing belt drives the water pump. If you drive on it and the pump locks up. You will be replacing the motor or the whole top end of the engine due to bent valves. Its time to replace the water pump and timing belt. Then you will be good to go again. So do not drive it for the sake of saving your engine. I'd tow it in to the shop or replace the belt and pump yourself.
Posted on Feb 09, 2015
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