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Kubota b7510 leaking water pump

New pumps simply continue to leak

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Check your heater hoses. It sounds like your leak is a hose.

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It could be leaking thought the gasket or radiator hose. Remove the water pump and replace the gasket, inspect the water pump first to make sure it's not leaking through the radiator hose and weep holes, if it is leaking through the weep hole then replace the water pump again since the water pump is faulty. good luck and keep me posted. 

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run pressure test on coolant system, tighten all hoses, has water pump been changed?

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SOURCE: jet pump does not pump water

I had a similar problem and as a last resort took the pump apart and cleaned it and the jet. It's a very old pump but works ok now.
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