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Old 11-28-2012, 06:08 PM   #1
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It seems the more I repair the car the more it needs. Yes yes, I've already it's '10' years old, I get it. Now while I wait for the rest of the parts to continue this journey of repairing till I die, I shall fix the ongoing coolant leak I have. When I was having this problem with my fan clutch I decided to replace the water pump in hopes that, that was the problem. I fixed the fan clutch problem..but now I have coolant leak. I have to add water every morning and before I leave work. Gah! So far I have a new water pump, new expansion tank, cap, and brass bleeder screw, but it's still leaking. I know I'm going to get told to replace 'everything else', yea I know, but with everything else I'm repairing you'd think you'd have a little sympathy for me, haha. It's leaking exactly where the radiator is so my guess is that it's bad. The irony is that it happened right after I replaced the water pump? Great. It was just fine before.
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