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95 Buick Skylark 2.3 L 4cl There is a metal rod that goes into the thermostat housing. I am not sure what it is but it is leaking out of the connection. Is there some sort gasket that fits this specifically. I have looked but not found one yet.

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The plastic housing on the driver side top of the engine that bolts to the head is the water outlet housing. The thermostat is under the car where the metal cooling pipe bolts to the water pump housing.

The metal tube that goes into the housing has an o-ring that seals it into the housing. The tube is held in place with a couple of bolts. Remove them and remove the tube. There should be signs of an o-ring on the tube. Sometimes you have to replace the housing in order to get them to seal up

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