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2001 chrysler sebring leaking water beneath thermostat housing through a factory hole , I changed thermostat and gasket no change

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Hi,

This is called the water pump weep passage which is a sign that your seal in the water pump has failed.

You need to replace the water pump.

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

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    my car is a 2002 sebring

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I want to see a diogram on how i can replace the water pump on the 2001 chrysler sebring

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