i have a old 2001 honda accord and everytime i put fluid in it i can see it running right bk out. it seems to be comming from on top of the intake or the some were around that area i think its a hose

Asked by Feb 28, 2015 at 10:23 AM about the 2001 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it looks like a pipe coming from the water pump to the gooseneck

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get a Haynes manual from local auto parts store, should give you an idea where all the plumbing goes.

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40,595

It may be your water pump. If it's running out that fast, you either have one large hole in your hose, or the fluid is running out from the back of the water pump. If you had a hole in one of your hoses, you should have fluid every where under the hood since it's pressurized.

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i just got the water pump replace a month or two ago so i dont think its that

yes i do have fluid everywere its seems like its not making it to the water pump

40,595

Shouldn't be that then. I would replace your main top hose.

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the leak is right over the manafold some were. is there any coolent hoses or pipes over that

40,595

Your top radiator hose connects to the thermostat housing which is usually located on the top of the engine. There should be smaller hoses where the coolant temp sender is located also.

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