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I have a 2002 Lexus LS430. Just changed water pump and timing belt. Upon starting car I have coolant leaking from bell housing area and front of engine. Can you pull water pump off to check with out taking timing belt off again. Cheers John

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27 minutes ago, John Pisani said:

I have a 2002 Lexus LS430. Just changed water pump and timing belt. Upon starting car I have coolant leaking from bell housing area and front of engine. Can you pull water pump off to check with out taking timing belt off again. Cheers John

Sadly no, did you do the job yourself?

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