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I have a leak in the water pump on my Kubota F2400 and also a oil/hydraulic fluid leak somewhere underneath the engine. I need to repair them. Help.

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Your rear seal (oil) pump and mybe your engine seal both are out. do you have water in the pump oil? if so your water seals are out too. need to get A comlete seal kit for the pump.

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