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I have a 2000 Dodge RAM 1500 and have an

I have a 2000 Dodge RAM 1500 2WD and have an anti-freeze leak. I just replaced the water pump and noticed I still have the leak. I know it's not the hoses or water pump since I just replaced it. What can be causing this leak? It happens after I run the truck and it's parked for a couple days without running it. PLEASE HELP!!!!

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  • Jay More May 06, 2010

    I've checked the seal and it's on there good and right. I heard it could be my thermostat??? I drove it yesterday to get it up to temperture to see if I see other signs for a cracked or blown head gasket. I looked for milky oil, oil in my antifreeze, overheating, smoke or water from tail pipe. etc. and didn't SEE NOTHING (THANK GOODNESS)but noticed that after getting the car up to temperture my antifreeze overfill was boiling. That's when the neighbor said my thermostat. PLEASE HELP!!!! WHAT'S WRONG WITH IT??

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Check to make sure the gasket is seated properly on the water pump... need to know where its from first

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