> > My 93 Audi 100 has coolant leaking from behind the belt
> cover area so I
> > can
> > only assume it is the water pump. Is it safe to drive it
> like this until
> > I
> > have the money to have it fixed, or do I risk breaking the
> timing belt?
> > Thanks
> It should be ok, my last Audi A4 had a slight water leak for
> the whole time
> I owned it, just when it says low coolant just top it up, or
> you could try
> adding some sealant, like RADWELD etc, people will come back
> and say how bad
> it is for the engine, but it's worked ok for me when I had no
> When was the timing belt last changed? that's the most
> important thing.
> Think about it as a calculated risk, personally I would use
> some sealant and
> forget about it, but it's your choice :)
Not at all a car expert but I used Radweld on a leaking Peugoet 205
radiator and it worked for the next few years until I sold the car.
(It was quite a flow coming out of the front of the radiator after a
minor collision but it did work very well)
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