Question about 1994 Mazda 2WD B Series Pickup
Not directly related just time for the pump to go. It has to do with the engine running so long with the old belt tension then a little extra tension when one readjust the belts on the pump and the seal wears. NOW if he did not put the gaskets back new or if he did not clean off the old gaskets before he installed new. That would be his fault. Loose bolts or broken bolts thats his fault. Look for a lot of gasket glue. Too much glue can cause a coolant leak. Look close for these signs. If the pump is leaking from the weep hole, it just is worn out.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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