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My 1991 mazda 929s is running hot and water is coming out from behind the crankshaft...any ideas. We have put a new water pump on and the water is not coming from there.

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I just ran into the same problem. It was a small water hose right behind the back of the motor that you can barely see. It goes to cool the intake manifold. It is very hard to get to. The whole intake has to come off.
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It sounds like to me that you have a blown head gasket. Possibly even a warped head.

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