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My 2000 turbo imprezza has a water leek from the front but not the radiator and not a rubber pipe what could it be

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ON the 1998 Subaru I would check the water pump.

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2. Remove the throttle body ccover on turbo cars

3. Remove the bypass hose and the pressure pipe between the Intercooler and the throttle body on turbo cars

4. Rempve the screw that holds the coolant pipe to the water pump

5. Remove the screw that holds the coolant pipe in the front left of the engine

6. Remove the hose to the throttle body pre-heater

7. Remove the thermostat housing and remove the thermostat

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