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While driving my 1995 honda accord sounded like a diesel engine and water just started pouring out on the drivers side back by the oil drain pan away from the radiator.

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Ther is a blown radiator hose or worse there is a hole in the engine. locate the leak and fix it. the sound you heard is most likly cause the engine over heated and important parts of the engine expanded when hot. if lucky it may be just a hose or a water pup that went bad. also if the bearing went bad in the water pump it would make a horible sound also.

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