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I have a 92 honda accord. I recently got the water pump replaced, it was pretty expensive, after that I kept hearing a grinding noise when I sped up, last night I started overheating and the car is now leaking water constantly, from around where the water pump is located. I havent taken it apart yet to physically see it... Is there anything else it could be? why would the pump blow so soon after replacing it?

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  • hayloe Jun 27, 2009

    well would I have to replace the whole pump again or just the bearing?

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Water pump bering mayb cus timing belt tensioner eas not set proply

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