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1996 Jeep Cherokee leaking water

I thought it was the bottom radiator hose thinking the little leak was from that.The hose was wore and needed to be replaced but when it was replaced the water leak was still there.I am not sure where it is coming from.It is a little constant drip until you take the cap off.Then the water is in a steady stream.If any one can help it would be a blessing.I am not working right now so money is very tight.This is why I decided to try to fix this problem myself.
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Mine turned out to be the water pump. I bought the part from a friend at carquest and had a (friend of a friend) mechanic install it. He said that it is a 30 minute job (mechanic's have a standard time per part rating system). Not sure if it's the same but good luck none the less.

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