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Fixing a Leaky Water Neck
Topic:Engine   Date: 2009-10-21
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The old water neck leaked no matter how I filed it or replaced the gasket, or gooped it up:



I decided to get a water neck with an o-ring:



This worked great! No more water leaks:




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