1st. Why did you change the Pump? Was it leaking or just making noise? If it was leaking, maybe that was not your leak. Maybe you have a hose with a pin hole spraying fluid at the pump. Did you use any gasket sealant on the new pump gasket? Are you sure the you installed the correct bolts in the correct holes. Some are longer than others in most applications. Use a good strong light and round extension mirror to inspect the area (WITH THE MOTOR STOPPED) where the leak is suspected.also check the timing chain cover gasget fluid also goes in that area and looks like the pump is leaking.
Absolutely Not, whether small amounts or large amounts. Substance will still be seen in urine or blood.
no it still contains small amounts of alcohol therefore making it still illegal.
in 1994 they still used the green antifreeze.
The type of car antifreeze that is safest to the environment is propylene glycol antifreeze. While it is still not totally safe, it is less toxic than other antifreeze.
The smell of antifreeze is very strong and distinct, it does not take much of a leak to smell it. The radiator could still be full and have a small leak. I would check for antifreeze dripping onto the exhaust or on the engine block because when it is hot the smell is much more noticeable from the fumes.
there is no water mixed with the oil but have antifreeze coming out of the exhaust
Did you get an alignment after replacing the axle?
If he is busy but still responding to you text messages then he is probably finding small amounts of time to text back, or he is not really that busy.
In vehicles that call for it, yes.
If it's been in a sealed container, it's still good.