Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
If you haven't replaced your water pump, chances are it could be the original part (OEM). This use a composite material impeller similar to hard plastic. They are prone to cracking at the shaft connection for the pulley and doesn't spin with the engine. Replace it with an aftermarket part which have metal impellers. I'd advice to invest on replacing your timing belt at this time because the water pump is behind the belt. Also keep in mind to use G12 only coolant (VW red coolant), these are phosphate free keeping the system cleaner.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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