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there are two pipes connected to the thermostat housing, between the two pipes and the housing there a gasket and two O-rings. the easy way to fix it is take out the exhause mainfold and a few bolts along the pipes to replace those gasket and o-rings. should be under 1 hour repair.
there will be no water leaking out of a hole in the ac compressor as there is no water in the ac system. Check very carefully and you will most likely find that the pipes to the compressor are wet from condensation and this is running onto the compressor and dripping off underneath.
If there was a hole it would be oil and the ac would not be working
remove the wheel of the drum then remove the drum if its stuck you gonna have to use a hammer a bit after you removed the drum remove that broken piece i recommend that you buy a new one to replace the broken then ur done
It sounds like you cracked/broke your exhaust pipe. Best thing to do is find an exhaust shop that can go in and weld the pipes back together. If you broke one of your exhaust hangers and the pipes are lower than they should be they can take care of that for you too.
did the flange come apart or did the pipe break, if the pipe broke then you will have to replace the system fron the flange back, these exhaust systems look good but corrode from the inside out, get a new system i will probably come in three pieces, and new hangers, its pretty straightforward
I would suggest cutting the line in two and bridging the two pieces with a piece of rubber fuel line hose. Use a hose with an inside diameter within which the metal line will fit snuggly. Use a clamp on either end of the hose.