AMS Series Stainless Steel Centrifugal Pump

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Q:Can you replace a water pump gasket?
Yes, but for all the work involved, it is usually best to just replace the pump while your there, I know Would !
Q:Water pump that cools water?
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Q:Why would my garage charge me to take home the broken water pump of my VW Golf?
What you're talking about is what we in America call a Core charge. If I buy a new water pump for my car and take it home to do it myself, the pump is going to cost me $80. There is also a core charge of another $20 from the parts store that I use. So I'm paying $100 to take home my water pump. However, if I were to have brought in my old pump to exchange it...then I would only pay the $80 for the part. Or if I took it home at $100 and then returned the old one after I got my car fixed...then they'd give me the the $20 back. The reason for this is that a lot of companies can recondition these parts and make them as good as new. This is a hell of a lot cheaper than buying new components to make new parts. Say a water pump is leaking only because the seals in it are failing. They can take it apart, replace the seals (and anything that looks like it needs replacing, clean it all up, and put it back together. And that reconditioned water pump (which has a warranty that's the same as the new part and often times better) would usually be sold for $60. So likely that's what's going to happen to it. It'll go back to VW so they can re-manufacture it and recycle it for use in another car that needs a water pump.
Q:Water pump runs a lot?
Jadee is correct. Your pump is waterlogged. This is a condition where all the compressable air has mixed with the water in the tank and the tank is full of water clear to the top, not allowing for any compression, which is where you get the pressure to push the water out when you open a fixture. When you open a fixture, regardless of which one, the pump senses a drop in pressure immediately and starts up. As soon as you close the fixture, the pump, which is now pumping water into the tank, senses the pressure coming quickly to where it needs to be and shuts off. There needs to be air in the top of the tank to compress in order for the system to function. If you have a bladder tank, (usually a green or blue tank with an indented seam around the middle of it), then most likely the bladder that's in the middle of the tank to keep the air and water apart so they don't mix, has ruptured and is now allowing the very thing to happen that it was designed to stop. You can drain the system of pressure and most of the water by turning off the pump and repressurizing the tank thru the air nozzle on top or the top side. Open a couple fixtures and allow the water to escape as you put pressure into the tank, until you get air and the water quits. Then turn off the fixtures, turn the pump back on and let it pump up. That will give you an air cushion on top of the tank and will let you use the system till you can decide whether you want to replace the tank or just use it as a convential resevoir system of old, (before bladder tanks). The procedure to restore the system to functionality is the same if it's an older tank without a bladder, only you may have a drain spigot on that type of a tank that will allow for gravity drainage of the water, instead of pressurization. It's not an uncommon occurance for those of us on older wells that don't have bladder tanks. We have to drain and restart ours about once every year or two, depending on how much time the grandkids spend here.
Q:how to tell if my water pump is shot?
I agree with bobweb, i would seriously check the thermo again, whats a .50 cent gasket gonna do to your wallet? there are tell-tell holes for your model truck pump, check those little holes to see if it's leaking, you said the pump doesn't move, grab the pully that the pump is operating on and give it a tug and make sure the bearings are not shot.-alex
Q:what kind of water pump will I need?
What you want is called a sump pump. Most have a system built into them that is triggered by rising water. The idea is to have a hole beneath that allows the inevitable water that will collect a place to go, then when a certain amount gets in the hole, the sump pump comes on and pumps it out to wherever you have the hose or pipes ran to. Being underground, good luck keeping the humidity level down. It won't be easy, and much depends on where your natural water table is, and what it is during rains. Someone in your area might know all that, I don't.
Q:Water Pump bearings went bad?
I think the more pertinent question is why your water pump bearings went bad after only two years. It is very likely that the belts were put on waaaaaay too tight- this can cause premature bearing wear. You can get metal shavings in your cooling system from a bad water pump bearing, and any good mechanic will flush the system when they replace the water pump. When you replace your belts, a good rule of thumb is the thumb rule. Push down on the belt with your thumb using moderate pressure. It should give no more than the width of your thumb. Good luck.
Q:How do I quiet a noisy water well pump?
It sounds to me like water hammer. There are a few ways to address it, probably the easiest is to add an expansion tank. To find out, try connecting a garden hose somewhere in the system, preferably a cold water pipe. Drain all the water from the hose and put a nozzle or plug on the end so the air can't escape, then turn the valve on. The air in the hose will act as a cushion and, if water hammer is the problem, you won't hear it while the hose is connected. That is not a permanent solution, just a simple test that might give you an answer. Good luck
Q:How can I be sure the water pump is the problem before spending $ on repairs. 97 civic overheating.?
i can't b sure 1 replace thermostate 2 same time reverse flush with good chemical,,,entire system 3 you got to realise after 13 yrs original radiator may be gone,,,water pump gone for sure,,,hoses cant last over 6/8 yrs; 4 other things,,,tuned up,,,bad running will heat it up ,,,,50/50 coolant/water...clean and full
Q:Could my problem be with the water pump?
The only reason to replace a water-pump on such a new car is if the weep-hole on the bottom of the water-pump in-put shaft casting is leaking. If your upper radiator hose if hot when the dash temperature reached 195 degree's there is nothing wrong with the water-pump. Cooling systems plug when brand X antifreeze is mixed with the standard equipment, long life type. *Did your mechanic do an inexpensive *cooling system pressure test to look for external and internal coolant leaks? Is the radiator filled to the very top when the engine is stone cold? Is the plastic coolant recovery bottle at least 3/4 full when the radiator cap has been removed? Have you checked to see of the electric cooling fans are operating behind the radiator when the dash temperature reaches 205 degrees? It's less expensive to change the thermostat and radiator pressure cap than a non-leaking water-pump. An 11 year old car is do to have the cooling system drained flushed and *cleaned before having Fresh factory recommended ZEREX G-05 antifreeze added.

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