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How to change water pump 1990 civic

My car overheats fast, what can the problem be? i changed the thermostat, how do i change the pump?

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  • kevin carpenter May 11, 2010

    the water pump is driven by the timing belt have you checked for a blown head gasket

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Before the water pump try radiator

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I want you to take a couple of spark plugs out and examine them. If you find Anti-freeze on them then you may have a blown headgasket. A very common problem of driving a car until it overheats. I really do hope im wrong. Since it is an overhead valve engine with the cam shaft above...its a 1000.00 to 1500.00 dollar job to have it properly repaired. From here out im just going to explain why this happens...
When a car overheats - be it a faulty thermostat...low coolant...or a faulty water pump or improper coolant mixture ratio. The engine gets so hot that it actually makes the top of the engine change shape... it actually changes enough to damage the head gasket. The head gasket keeps the explosion inside the combustion chamber. Keeps the water in its coolant jacket. and keeps the oil inside its ports. When the Headgasket fails. Sometimes coolant gets into the oil (makes a milky residue form on the inside of the oil filler cap...or makes the engine oil look like chocolate milk.) or oil gets into the coolant (makes your coolant have an oil slick on top) It can also cause water to get into the combustion chamber and when the engine is running - blast the combustion back into the coolant (causes the coolant overflow to overflow or spray) or oil gets into the combustion chamber causing the plugs to get fouled (dirty). worse case...all the above happens. I hope this helps in figuring this problem out...i really do hope im wrong about a blown headgasket . As even i tremble in fear of it happening to my car. Good Luck!

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Check the Tension on the Belt. If it is not tight enough or you need a New Tensioner for the Belt, It will run hot. It is not letting the Water Pump Cool the Motor fast enough. You might also Check the Radiator. If the Radiator is Even a Little Clogged, It will overheat. Also, Check the Fan clutch, If it is not working Properly, You will overheat. Let me know what you find!

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Its most likely the radiator, Mine use to overheat and I replaced everything from the hoses to the water pump. It still would overheat. Then i did the unthinkable..LOL I replaced the radiator.

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