Okay. That connects some of the dots. I suspect what is happening is the water pump pushed out the front seal and it is spinning and throwing the coolant all over.
I would suggest letting it cool down and then top off the coolant with water again and then put a pressure gauge/pump on the system and pump it up to about 15 PSI. Then start looking for where the leak is coming from. This will pressurize the system just like the pump does but the engine is not running so you will be able to look around easier. You should see just a small stream of water coming out from where it is leaking rather than seeing coolant pouring from all over.
Again, I suspect the pump but you are correct, there could be other areas. So unfortunately this is just going to take a little time but using the pump and water with the engine off, you are not in danger of overheating, dealing with a hot engine, or have coolant going everywhere. It will be more controlled.
Let me know where you see it coming from and I can get you repair procedures for those components if needed.
Thursday, June 27th, 2019 AT 6:34 PM