Q: A violet fluid beneath my truck

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While exiting 4-wheel drive the dash showed a wrench and "check 4-wheel drive" shut engine off 3 minutes later and found a large amount a violet colored fluid beneath engine .Ford shop says it needs a new water pump but I drove it about 200 miles without it overheating. I have not tried the 4-wheel drive

My car has 50550 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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