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Hi - I have a 1993 Subaru Legacy which is leaking water from somewhere. I suspect it to be the water pump. Your advice on how to remove the pump from the motor will be much appreciated. - Thanks. Kevin Smith - NZ

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Go to Auto Zone and they well loan you a pressure pump you can attach to the radiator and pump up the pressure you can easily find the leak if it is external

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