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Why is water pouring out of my motor on passenger side?

There are a few potential reasons why water may be pouring out of your motor on the passenger side. Most possibly, there is a leak in your cooling system. It can also be that your engine is overheating, and the water is coming out as steam. If your engine is overheating, pull over and turn it off as soon as possible to avoid damage. Once your engine has cooled down, you can check the coolant level and top it up if necessary. You should also check for leaks in the cooling system and repair them if necessary. If your engine is still overheating after checking these things, it may need to be serviced by a mechanic.

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