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Need to find out how to fix my water leek on my civic changed the altenator a few months ago now i think my water pump is going now

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THE WATER PUMP IS DRIVEN BY THE TIMING BELT, IF YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO RENEW TIMING BELT GET A MECHANIC TO DO IT.
IF YOU DON'T FIT TIMING BELT PROPERLY YOU WILL DAMAGE ENGINE

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