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Is it there to tell you that your water pump has a leaky seal or something? I mean why else drill a HOLE in a water pump? Like a way to tell you your water pump may go out soon? How long have you guys been able to make it on a WP that seeps a little thru the weep hole? Mine doesn't do it all the time, only after 60 or so miles down the freeway and only then does it drip about a cup of water then quits.
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1991 W150, 4x4 4 speed 318 all stock like it came from the factory.
Vehicle: 98 dodge ram 1500 4x4 5.2 plenum fix magnaflow cat back duals air horn mod
Location: Newburgh NY
change out the pump now before it gos on u
1989 dodge power wagon. w250 360motor with efi, automatic 727 3 speed 4x4 with posi traction and a/c with 52000 miles one owner with a myers plow setup . color red with grey interior just bought it for 1900.00 no heavy plowing with truck just his driveway
Ya what those guy's said. The weephole is designed to let water out when the pump is shot, I don't know how it works but basically every waterpump I have ever seen is designed like that, on chevy's fords and dodges. if yours just weeps a bit it is being nice generally they go from not letting anything out to draining the entire cooling system onto the road in about 10 feet.