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regular coolant loss

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I replaced my water pump a couple years ago with a Laso brand $250. Now im getting regular coolant loss like half the min to max mark i dont put on a lot of miles, i can smell it and im getting a couple of drips from the pump area. I wonder do i have a bad pump again.

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Make sure your blue cap is the updated version ending in part # "04".

I recently bought an updated .04 coolant cap from Sunset. To my surprise, it was black.

Regards, Maurice.

Maurice, those are the ones for the 918 Spyder, so it should add 5 but dyno to your car! Stay thirsty my friend!:)

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changed the belt today the pump pully was tight but there is a clay like stuff splatered around between the pully and housing.

Im having troubles with my alignment had it done twice after the axel boot job the front end likes to go back anf forth now my front tires are old and worn but still good. I find neg toe in front is better but its not fac spec now nothing works fin crap.

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Im having troubles with my alignment had it done twice after the axel boot job the front end likes to go back anf forth now my front tires are old and worn but still good.

OK, but, this make no sense. If the are "old and worn" how can they still be "good"? How old are the front tires? If more than 4-5 years old, regardless of mileage and wear pattern, they are hard, and should replaced with matching tires to your rear.

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