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Water leak below the altennator, is there a pump at that area?

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That's the water pump leaking, also change the timing belt, due to the water pump is timing belt driven, this is an interference engine, if the belt goes bad because of the water pump, you will have piston to valve damage. hope this was very helpful.

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