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Overheating I need to fit a new water pump i was wondering if someone like me without being mechanically minded was able to fit one as i cant take it to anyone cause i dont have any money i was wondering if i could have a step by step manual to help me through it

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  • Car Fixer May 11, 2010

    Are you sure the problem is the water pump? How do you know? Overheating can be caused by more than just that.

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MY BEST ADVICE TO YOU IS DONT TOUCH IT.OUT OF ALL THE WATER PUMPS IVE DONE,MITSUBISHI WAS THE MOST COMPLEX.TRY TO GET A FRIEND TO HELP YOU

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A water pump is like a piece of jigsaw that will fit only one way around. I did once hear of an impeller that fell off the shaft but once in 40 years is pretty rare. Mostly if the bearing is ok and the seal doesn't leak they are fine and if the coolant circulates the pump function is also fine.

My first question is to ask how sure you are of the mechanic's competency and honesty given his comment about the water pump? Unless there is a faulty climate control or similar, heater function is usually fairly consistent unless there is something floating around in the cooling system causing a blockage - or combustion gas is leaking into the cooling system where it can build up and commonly disrupt the thermostat operation and often also the heater, the former causing overheating and the latter inconsistent heater function.

Some gas is normal even with a healthy engine and manufacturers usually design in a degassing route so the few bubbles can quickly and harmlessly escape into the space above the coolant level so if the route becomes blocked or the amount of gas is excessive trouble will follow.

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There is a big possibility you damaged the head gasket when the engine overheated last week. The dealership would have no way of knowing this if it was not yet leaking into the engine when they replaced the water pump.
Once the water pump leak was fixed, the system would be running under normal pressure which could finish off the weak head gasket.
You can not see a damaged head gasket without removing the cylinder head. And you have two heads with two gaskets.
So, IF the head gasket is now blown there is a good chance they did not know it last week. It could also be a cracked cyl head or leaking intake manifold gasket. Or all of the above.

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it was the water pump. they replaced the water pump and now it runs ok... but from what i hear it could only be 4 things... thermostat, water pump, or head gasket, or your car may not really be over heating and has a bad sensor...this is a problem where it will be easy for a mechanic to take advantage of a customer. they claim it was the water pump but i think it was the sensor. they charged me $360. i felt like i got robbed because the pump only cost like $60 and i had someone who would have done it for $80. now im having problems with my assing gear. i cannot floor this thing for nothing but it picks up when i let off of the gas.

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