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2001 Chevrolet Cavalier, water is leaking behind the pully couls it be the water pump> Hate to buy one and that is not it.

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Sounds like it is coming from the water pump bearing seal. Unfortunatly you should replace the water pump before the bearing fails and throws the pulley into the radiator (or the car gets too hot).

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