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Product Description:

  • Place of Origin: Hebei, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: LWS Series
  • Theory: Centrifugal Pump

  • Structure: Single-stage Pump

  • Usage: Water

  • Power: Electric

  • Standard or Nonstandard: Standard

  • Fuel: electric,diesal,gasoline

  • Pressure: High Pressure

  • Application: Fire

  • Material: bespoken

  • Application: high capacity application

  • Connection: direct coupling

  • Color: bespoken

  • Packaging & Delivery

    Packaging Details:standard exporting wooden case, plywood case
    Delivery Detail:within 7 days

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Q:water pump replacement..some opinions needed, electrical or not?
Most 1973 era vehicles have a clutch on the fan which stops turning at higher engine rpm which saves horsepower. Your best option is to locate a high capacity water pump for your car or locate a radiator with more passes than the stock radiator. A radiator shop should be able to give you advise on both. Remember, the water pump is belt driven along with several other items on the engine, so replacing the water pump with an electric one might be far more involved and expensive. Plus, the water pump has a seal that must work properly for the engine to retain its cooling fluid. There are aftermarket cooling fans that can be installed in front of or behind the radiator to provide additional air flow, the local auto parts store should have a listing or a company like Summit. Fans can be manually turned on or have a thermo swithch which turns the fan on at a certain temp. These are usually options with the electric fan kits. Good luck.
Q:Does the water pump pump the coolant into the engine or pump it out?
The automobile water pump pumps the coolant into the engineThe effect of the water pump is used for cooling the engine; it is the coolant pump in the water tank into the engine of the channel, when the engine temperature is about 93-98 of the body's arrival, the thermostat engine open, cooling fluid from the thermostat back into the tank....
Q:Do I need a water pump or is it something else wrong with my car?
Another possibility: The Upper intake manifold could be leaking coolant into the engine. In other words, it is not an external leak. The leak is caused by the EGR valve actually melting the manifold, right by a coolant passage in the intake manifold. Again, check for milky oil (it'll look like dark butterscotch pudding....no really!). But be careful....a shady mechanic may tell you its a blown head gasket and it could just be this problem. If at all possible, have it checked out. If he says Blown head gasket, ask him to remove the upper intake only so that you can see it....there will be coolant and milky oil all over the top of the lower intake manifold if it's the upper intake problem. If it's diagnosed as a blown head gasket, this coolant/oil WON'T be there. The repair involves replacing the upper intake manifold completely, not just a gasket. Good Luck....
Q:how do you change the water pump on a 96 3.5l dodge intrepid?
Well as far as I can tell you may not have to remove the crankshaft pulley but I could be wrong. You will however have to remove the timing belt and you might as well replace it anyway since you're in this far. I unfortunately I don't have enough details as the one I did was several years ago.
Q:i have a 2000 vw bug and i need help in changing the thermostat or the water pump?
The water pump is timing belt driven and is under the plastic timing cover on passenger side. These water pumps have a history of breaking, due to the fact they have a plastic impeller and it shears off the shaft, which causes the engine to overheat. First you want to remove the thermostat and then check the water pump. Follow the lower radiator hose to where it connects to the engine. That flange is where the thermostat is at. After you remove the thermostat you can shine a light in the hole and put your finger in there, if the impellar of the water pump moves, it needs to be replaced. If it does, then you might as well replace the timing belt and tensioner, seeing how you have to remove it to get the water pump off.
Q:how much does a 96 neon water pump cost?
actual okorder.com....bet its 150 dollars......shop around...u may get someone to do it for 400 to 500... water damage on the belts LOL,,,every time u go through a puddle they get water on them
Q:How do you know if the water pump on a car is bad?
this sounds more like a radiator problem, or possibly an electric fan, if there is on. Usually the water pump will lose the weep hole gasket on the bottom of the water pump and dump water when its running, but quits when you stop. A water pump bearing can start to sieze, you may notice temp fluctuating almost to hot, then drop back down. Take off the radiator cap when the vehicle is cold and start it up. let it idle until the thermostate opens. and watch the water in the radiator to see if it circulates at all as someone slowly raise the idle up to 2 thousand rpm, and rev the engine a few times, and see if the coolant momes across the radiator. It may be your thermostate is stuck partway, or the radiator is ready for a rebuild, they generally are good for about 20 years or so. I suggest using distilled or filtered water in your radiator if you replace it. There are many harmful chemicals in tap water, much more than people realize, and they can combine with chemicals in antifreeze and cause solder rotting electrolysis. By using distilled water, you minimize this risk and studies by major radiator companies have been proven to make radiators last a lot longer if a minimum amount of care is taken, like changing antifreeze every few years, and using distilled water as much as possible. I buy mine in the gallon jugs. and top off the overflow occasionally.
Q:Water won't pump?
You would be wise to call a pump expert and have them examine it.
Q:Should I, Or should I not Replace a Toyota Water Pump?
Your caught between the devil and deep blue sea! Everything is apart including the water-pump. It's not a bad idea to have it changes as long as they're past it to change the timing belt. My dad had a reverse issue with his Avalon which has the same motor as yours. The water-pump was leaking so he went ahead and changed the timing belt @ 67,000 miles. Do as you please! the water pump is extremely easy to change when and if you need it done. The ball is in your court! Personally I don't have a lot of faith in Toyota water-pumps. My wife had to change the one on her 04 Camry @ 83,000 miles. No timing belt on the four cylinder motors after 2,001.
Q:calculus water pumping work problem?
Let the x-axis point upward, with x=0 at ground level. Consider a thin horizontal increment of water, of thickness dx, located at some x (0 ≤ x ≤ 2.5). This water has mass dm given by dm = ρA dx where ρ is the mass density of water (in kg/m³) and A is the area of this increment (A = 36π for all increments here). This increment must be lifted (3-x) meters. The increment of work dW is given by dW = gh dm where g is the acceleration due to gravity and h is the distance that the increment of mass must be lifted (which we've seen is equal to 3-x meters). The total work W is given by 2.5  ∫ g (3-x) 36π ρ dx 0

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