Q: It is not the radiator or hoses, so could it be waterpump?

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I recently replaced my radiator and lower hose it seem to fix the problem, until today i was driving and antifreeze leaking and spraying, cant tell from where. Doesnt seem to be the hoses or cap. It has been a week since i changed out both parts. Dumbfounded now. Could it be the waterpump or heater core? Doesnt make sense for it to be spraying or leaking. Help!

My car has 139000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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