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Old 04-03-2002, 15:35   #1 (permalink)
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Question Ahhhh help water leaking

Ok stop car about 10 mins ago at work noticed a puddle on the floor thought must be a loose hose look under cant find any loose hoses at all. Its coming from right at the front of the motor and cant see anything leaking from the head and if it was leaking from there it wouldnt be leaking this much i doubt. Looked under car and can notice she leaking from where a main pulley is the one on the left well thats where i see it coming from. i think thats the bloody water pump pully isnt it. Farking hell any1 know the price of fixing one of those and any comments from any1 else. Any help would be appreciated.

Please in dire straights got to fix today becuase i got to get home to geelong i work in melb what a pain in the ass.


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Old 04-03-2002, 16:09   #2 (permalink)
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Steve, whereabouts in melbourne are you???
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Old 04-03-2002, 17:41   #4 (permalink)
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Water pump is a piece of cake, cost about $150 for a replacement (makre sure it has a cast iron impellor.)Hardest part is getting fan off, easy with a big spanner and screwdriver, just remember it is a left hand thread
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EB2., will be out that way today., if you get stuck and need a lift ring me on 0418258259!

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Thumbs up Thanks for the Help guys!!!

Yeah a workmate has done heaps of them found out he also used to be an aircon installer and fitter at fords so looks like thats gonna come in handy. Was an easier job without the clutch fans on i new those thermos would come in handy. Also thanks for the lift offers what car do u driv laminge and where about do u live.

Thanks again guys. now every single thing on my cooling system is replaced should be allright for a while now i hope


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