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The hoses have a silicon content and over time their clamps cause a deterioration to the hose, internally, where the clamp fits. New hoses may be the order of the day. A temporary fix would be to use Jubilee clips to replace the saw-tooth clamps you have already. These can be undone and parted to allow the clip to pass around the hose without disconnecting ...


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It all depends on where the fluid is coming from. If you can determine where it is leaking from, you'll be far ahead of where you are now. If it is coming from the water pump or one of the connections at the water pump, it would appear the problem lies with the shop which did the work for you. You need to take it back to where it was fixed and have them ...


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If this looks like your water pump, then yes you can: The tilt in the pulley is caused not from a broke shaft, but from a worn bushing which the shaft rides upon. This is just one of the symptoms which shows up when the pump is dying a short miserable death. As the bushing wears out, there is created more and more space (slop) which allows the shaft to ...


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The water pump pulley is usually bolted to the pump, and can be re-used.


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Sounds like the pressure override in the pump itself is broke or malfunctioning. In the pump, there is a valve which will, when pressure gets to high, allow the pump to bypass itself. This allows the motor to keep running when you have released the lever and while you are starting it. Fixing it may be another story, as who knows if any of them are ...



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