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small-list Digest Thu, 25 May 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 077

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Re: Antifreeze leak
Re: [Re: Antifreeze leak]
Wiring diagram needed

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Date: Thu, 25 May 2000 18:17:38 -0400
From: David Cooley bellsouth.net>
Subject: Re: Antifreeze leak

Brian,
Did you buy a rebuilt water pump?
I had 3 in a row that leaked like that in rebuilts... Finally paid the
extra $20.00 for a brand new water pump and all was well.



At 04:06 PM 5/25/00, you wrote:
>Sorry it's not a ford. My Daughter has a 1984 Buick Century V6 3.0l. The
>radiator had a hole in it and the cap was bad and the thermostat was stuck
>closed. I replaced the radiator, cap and thermostat. I started the car and
>noticed water leaking from the water pump. I replaced the water pump and
>started it again. Once again there is a smaller leak from some where behind
>the water pump pulley. It's impossible to see behind the pulley. Any
>comments? Are the freeze plugs near the pump ? Or could it be a head
>gasket. I haven't noticed any steam coming from the exhaust or water in the
>oil. Any help would be appreciated.
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Date: 25 May 00 19:31:48 EDT
From: Tim Turner netscape.net>
Subject: Re: [Re: Antifreeze leak]

David Cooley bellsouth.net> wrote:
> Brian,
> Did you buy a rebuilt water pump?
> I had 3 in a row that leaked like that in rebuilts... Finally paid the
> extra $20.00 for a brand new water pump and all was well.

Also some of the cheaper water pumps have a pretty cheesy gasket the won't
tolerate any residual gasket material left on the block. Off the top of my
head I don't recall anything else in that general area that would leak water.

Tim

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From: "Chris Oostveen" i2k.com>
Subject: Wiring diagram needed
Date: Sat, 27 May 2000 22:46:01 -0400

Hello all I am looking for a good wiring diagram for my 1988 2.0 Ranger. I
need it for reference to do a 351w swap in the near future.

If anyone knows where and or how I can get one please let me know.

Chris


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