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1998 Honda Accord water pump problems

Just replaced my alternator. the guy that fixed it said i need an water pump and timing belt... it makes a grinding sound, "sometimes" but the noise goes away once i get around 35-40mph... Or sometimes it makes that sound when my car is sitting there, but then it goes away... Could it just be clogged or is there anything else i can do to fix the water pump other than replacing it?

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