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Ive got coolant water coming out as fast as i put in my 206 gti

Ive got coolant water coming out as fast as i put it in , but when i look under the car the leakage seems to be coming from the rear of the engine either the moddle or towards the right hand side on my w reg peugeot 206 gti 8 valve it pours out. its not a 405 its a w reg peugeot 206 gti

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  • rich1981 Feb 07, 2010

    ive found where the the leak is coming from , it seams to be from a plastic pipe at the fron of the engine is that the hose to the heater core
    its a plastic pipe sits infront of the engine i couldnt see where it went to but i put my hand around it and it stopped leaking but its pouring out as if its a hole , whats a feeze plug?

  • rich1981 Feb 07, 2010

    ive found where the the leak is coming from , it seams to be from a plastic pipe at the fron of the engine is that the hose to the heater core
    its a plastic pipe sits infront of the engine i couldnt see where it went to but i put my hand around it and it stopped leaking but its pouring out as if its a hole , whats a feeze plug?

  • rich1981 Feb 24, 2010

    thanks lads i found the leak it was the metal pipe that comes from the water pump and slots into the thermerstat housing and it only cost £50 £15 for part and £35 labour so i was happy with that

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Freeze plug, head gasket, hose to the heater core. You have to get back there and look.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

Testimonial: "hi thanx for getting back to me , i found the problem it was the pipe that comes from the water pump then goes into the thermostat housing.thanx again"

  • gfschef Feb 23, 2010

    Forget about the freeze plug, they're there to help prevent damage if the collant freezes. You found the leak which is what you needed to do. Can you trace the waterline from the leak to see where it goes? You need to be able to explain what part you need so you can obtain a replacement.

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