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This is a discussion on coolant leak passenger side timing belt cover within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey all my problem is that i have a coolant leak coming from the passenger side timing belt cover, i ...

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    coolant leak passenger side timing belt cover

    hey all
    my problem is that i have a coolant leak coming from the passenger side timing belt cover, i have checked my hoses and radiator to make sure its not coming from anywhere else, and when i climbed under i cant definetly dell thats where its coming from
    i tried to do some research but didnt come up with much, is there anything even on the passenger side that would cause a leak.

    help me brain storm, the engine only has like 20000 miles on it.

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    Unfortunately it is probably the water pump - I'd not drive it until you figure it out.

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    i really appreciate you providing me with a how to,well this sucks i wonder how the gasket failed so early,do you think it would be safe to just put some sealant on the water pump and stick it back on?

    do you have a recommendation of sealant if you think that is a possible method

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