[Mgs] water leak

h.duinhoven at planet.nl h.duinhoven at planet.nl
Sat Oct 10 06:50:49 MDT 2020

I hope your thermostat will keep on working correctly.


Van: dave <dave at ranteer.com> 
Verzonden: vrijdag 9 oktober 2020 21:01
Aan: h.duinhoven at planet.nl
Onderwerp: RE: [Mgs] water leak


Funny you should mention that.  One of the things I wanted to do was flush
the engine.  I tried and tried just short of destroying the housing and
cannot get it off!!!!!!!


There is NO way it is leaking!!!


From: h.duinhoven at planet.nl <mailto:h.duinhoven at planet.nl>
<h.duinhoven at planet.nl <mailto:h.duinhoven at planet.nl> > 
Sent: Friday, October 9, 2020 12:56 PM
To: 'dave' <dave at ranteer.com <mailto:dave at ranteer.com> >; mgs at autox.team.net
<mailto:mgs at autox.team.net> 
Subject: RE: [Mgs] water leak


Check the thermostat housing for leaks as well. I had to replace the gasket
last winter.





Van: Mgs <mgs-bounces at autox.team.net <mailto:mgs-bounces at autox.team.net> >
Namens dave
Verzonden: vrijdag 9 oktober 2020 16:53
Aan: mgs at autox.team.net <mailto:mgs at autox.team.net> 
Onderwerp: [Mgs] water leak


I'm thinking the water pump has failed?  Here is where water is dripping


Short history - car was running and driving; we took the engine out to work
on the transmission; life got in the way; a few years later we put them all
back in (and, peripherally, there was a problem with the clutch fork so we
had to pull it again!!!!  looking for a little sympathy . . .)  got it back
in, started it up, and getting a steady stream of drips right here.  and
there is a bit of a racket coming from the front of the engine.


Am thinking the seals in the pump dried out.



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