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- Q:When does my water pump need replaced? ?
- What kind of car? That info would help. Well, usually on most import cars and some domestic, the timing belt runs the water pump. If this is the case, then yes i would be replacing the water pump with the timing belt because if you don't then when the pump leaks you'll end up paying almost the same money again for water pump job.
- Q:Slight Water Pump Leak 2001 BMW...help!?
- on that car the miles are critical for water pump replacement and maybe rad replacement including the t/stat and hoses//you are already over the time period/coolant system failure is imminent
- Q:I have a small drip coming from the raw water pump, whats the problem?
- Usual answer is to look for the flats of the gland on the shaft on tighten up with a spanner,as this will compress the packing a bit more. A small drip is not very bad but you are right to check.
- Q:How difficult is it to replace a water pump on a 1990 mercury Grand Marquis?
- It's a rear wheel drive car with the water pump mounted on the front of the engine toward the radiator. So if you go to the library any read the chiltons or motors manual procedures on how to replace the water pump, you probably have to remove the radiator fan blade assembly to get at the water pump. Some fan belts will also have to be removed. You can end up doing the job twice if the new water pump gasket doesn't seal properly due to antifreeze leaking out of the engine block while your installing the new gasket and sealer. Park the car with the engine facing up a hill to prevent that. I'd have it done at a shop. It's worth paying a shop unless you really want to get into major repairs.
- Q:explain the operation of a water pump....?
- There are a number of different types of water pumps that operate according to different principles. For lots of information, including pictures and diagrams, do an internet search on water pump.
- Q:How Do You Identify a Bad Water Pump?
- It's an anaerobic micro organism (that's, it does not want oxygen to outlive). I had this situation, and that is what I did: Remove your good cap and pour in a cup of Clorox combined with a part cup of baking soda. Run the water for 10 mins by way of all of the areas it comes out, sinks, bathrooms, washing desktop, dishwasher, bathe. This will disperse the bleach by way of the method and kill the micro organism. You should not drink the water except you run it by way of a Brita or different filter out, or you'll use bottled water for a few days. After a few days of utilization, you should not be capable to sniff the chlorine and the water might be riskless to drink once more. You would possibly need to do that as soon as a month, even though you may also now not have got to use such a lot Clorox.
- Q:Heater core to water pump.?
- If you have air pockets it will block water flow, usually to the heater core, since this is the highest point in the system. To remove air pockets, do the following. Make sure engine is cold. Jackup front of car, park on a steep incline or drive on ramps to raise the front of the vehicle. Remove the radiator cap. Run the engine a bit. This should move the air pockets out the filler neck of the radiator. Turn off engine, top off fluid and put cap back on.
- Q:Water pump on engine! A sure sign to fix or replace?
- Anytime you see coolant leaking from a water pump it is time to replace it. The sooner the better.
- Q:How much will it cost to replace the water pump or head gasket in my 98 Plymouth Breeze?
- The waterpump should run you around !$150 or less at most garages, -- about $45 maybe- if you do it yourself! The headgasket will probably cost you around 3-5 hundred depending on how much labor charge is! As it is possible that the head is warped and may need re-surcfaced to make it flat again --- and of course cost is going to depend on how much damage was done, -determined by how hot it got before you shut it down! The head gasket etc. shouldn't run much more htan $125-150 Now if it runs ok,-- and doesn't overheat when the radiator is full of water, -- even after warming up and driving on road for a few ninutes, -- (if leak fairly small - it will take some time to get down low enough to cause heat buildup)! I'd say 5 miles on highway would prove it is not warped head!! -- Just keep eye on temp and shut down if it starts getting close to overheat--- to avoid increasing damage, - if head gasket out! In yard, you can get pretty good idea, by just filling up raidator, and leaving cap off with engine running-- after it has idled for a few minutes, (and you have topped it up a couple times to make sure it is full of water, -- if gasket leaking it will blow continueous bubbles, -- after the thermostat opens, a little water will rise and run over (expansion of water) ). -- ****However it should not contionue blowing any continueaous bubbles--- (continued large quantities of bubbles indicates compression being blown into water jacket from bad headgsket!) ...A small bubble now and then is negligeable, as a bubble or two may still be trapped from when water level was down! You will know when thermostat opens, as there will be moving water obvious through filler neck of radiator, and the upper hose will become hot going into radiator! It is also possible that you may see oil on water if headgasket leaking, as well as water in oil-- which would be sort fo fuzzy yellowish looking junk on dipstick, and oil fill cap!
- Q:USB controlled water pump?
- I'd look for a USB IO module, add a relay, and switch a standard pump.
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