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Defective water pump on a ford edge

The dealer have my edge since two weeks for a defective water pump!!! They told me that there is no water pump available for at least one more week!!!! It is a problem on many ford edge???

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  • casperdom Dec 17, 2008

    It seems that there is no water pump available from the dealer and no jobber water pump available too... And if i found a jobber or used pump, ford will void my warranty...

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Your local auto store should have one.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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