If the water pump was at one point replaced, then there is high possibility that the front main seal may be where the leak is at. Due to design, if the water pump is serviced for whatever reason care has to be taken to ensure that the front main seal on the timing cover is not damaged. This can be difficult to accomplish, even with brackets that are typically installed to secure the timing cover when replacing or servicing the water pump. It could also simply be leaking due to age, which isn't uncommon, or potentially due to improper coolant service life.
I would also check the actual passenger side coolant hose where it attaches to the lower side of the timing cover area in the front of the engine, simply because it may be worn out and causing coolant to leak past where it seals.
Ultimately, you will probably have to pull off the water pump & the timing cover and properly re-seal them all. Just use a quality Fel-Pro gasket set (nothing cork) with a good quality RTV like Permatex. Since you will have the cradle dropped it would also be a tremendously opportune time to thoroughly clean everything in that area good - I would do it before I disassembled the timing cover. Then clean the matting surfaces up good and do a final clean on all the components. It would also be a good time to just get a new water pump, since they only run around $25.
[This message has been edited by Fiero84Freak (edited 12-22-2013).]