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Water is spitting out where the spark plugs are. I am removing the head, what seems to be the problem.

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Are you saying in the cylinder and out the plug hole ??. If so the head gasket blew. Make sure you have the head inspected. Most auto parts stores will send them out for you. Not knowing how much corrosion has occured over the years its best to pay for a good inspection. If it was overheated its possible the head warped also.

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