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I have water from my raditor leaking out but its not from the hoses or the raditor its self it is coming from behind the pullys that hold the belts looks like it is coming right out behind a flywheel . thats the best way i can explain .. my next question is can i get a photo or something that can help me fix it

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  • miller1369 Sep 12, 2009

    I DONT KNOW IF ITS A GASGET THAT NEEDS REPLACED OR WHAT THE DEAL IS BUT IVE NEVER SEEN WATER OR MY ANTIFREEZE LEAK OUT BEHIND THE FLYWHEELS THAT ARE CONNECTED TO MY BELTS. IS THEIR A PIC TO SHOW ME WHAT IM TRYING TO TELL YOU, GEE IF YOU GUYS COULD HELP THAT WOULD BE GREAT . THANKS DALE MILLER

  • miller1369 Sep 12, 2009

    OK THANKS GUYS THATS AWSOME IS THIS A BOOK I COULD GET AT AUTOZONE

  • miller1369 Sep 13, 2009

    OK THINGS ARE GOING GOOD THEIRS A FEW DIFFERENT LITTLE SHORT CUTS THAT I FOUND OUT WHEN TAKING OF THE BELTS I DIDNT HALF TO REMOVE ALL THE NUTS ON THE SPINDLE WHEELS WHERE THE BELTS ROTATE ON JUST A CERTANIN ONE MOVE THE HOLE THING ...ANYWAY IS THIS ALSO THE SAME ON THE FAN OR DO I REMOVE ALL THE NUTS

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Water pump gasket? water pump pully shaft seal?

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Sounds like your water pump seal is busted or your water pump has gone out. You will need to take the belt(s) off and remove the water pump and replace it. You can find step by step instruction in a book for your vehicle at your local autoparts store.

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  • GooSeSmith Sep 12, 2009

    Yea Autozone should have the book...... the book should be able to show how to disaassemble your car from ground up.

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