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4runner water leak under motor

I just bought it and I'm pretty sure I can tackle the problem if it's not too serious, I'm guessing it's the water pump failure and nothing else serious.
Anyone has any other suggestions? Much appreciated.

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If you can find the soucre of the leak i can help u out, it may just be a loose radiator hose

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