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I have a 1997 Ford Taurus which has recently been leaking small amounts of coolant. But now the car is overheating and squirting coolant onto the belts. I can see where the leak is, its right by the belts its a whole the width of a pencil. When i shut the car off you can really see it just pouring out. But the hole looks like its supposed to be there because theres a same size hole not far from it. Any help will be much appretiated. Thanks

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It looks like your water pump or water pump gasket has failed.

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