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Hi, have a 1993 corolla and the radiator coolant is leaking somewhere. Hoses are all good, radiator is good, so far, i can only see the coolant dripping down at the bottom, right by the gearbox seals. Cannot find any dampness or wetness anywhere - the coolant just drips somewhere at the bottom. Any ideas guys?...thanks.....Ash in Ireland

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Check for the hoses and their connection pionts if all is ok than the water pump has to be replaced.

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