Question about 2004 Chrysler Town & Country
That would be a bad water pump; spend the few extra dollars and get a new, not remanufactured, one. I suggest replacing the thermostat while you are at it, and carefully check the hoses, replacing if necessary.
Also, since you'll have the serpentine belt off, check the tensioner and belt, and replace thise if needed, as well.
You'll understand why once you get the old pump out; it makes sense to check as much as you can given the amount of work it takes to get in there! It usn't difficult, but there are an awful lot of fiddly bits to contend with!
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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