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I have a leak on the back of the engine a large hose goes back there but I can not see the connection and don't know for sure if it is the hose leaking.

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    GIO L May 11, 2010

    Might be a coolant leak. That hose may be going to your heater core. Verify to make sure. Is your heater working properly?

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Some of this below I wrote to another person and copy/pasted it here so it directs to the water pump incase that's your issue. If your leak is on the driver's side of the engine read the last paragraph, if not... maybe you have a ruptured radiator hose that connects to the block below your distributor. Another hose is the obvious one in front that goes from the top of the radiator to the head. In the back of the engine there's a hose that runs coolant to your heater core and another hose that returns the coolant back to your motor. Those are smaller hoses than the 2 main ones.

Do you need a new water pump, the bearing might have went out in it and it has a "weep hole" that lets the coolant near the driver's side front tire (on the engine block) out to let you know what happened, rattling is a good indicator too. Change the timing beltI have a leak on the back of the engine a large - 2.gif at the same time and you'll be good for the next 125k miles. Don't drive it any more or you will possibly warp the head or ruin the head gasket. The cost is about $350. for all around here in central Ohio, don't know where you are but hopefully it's not more than that. If you try to do this yourself you will also want to learn how to set the timing. Good luck.

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