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HOW ARE DO YOU KNOW WHEN YOU WATER PUMP IS NO GOOD?

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Is it making noise? when you take the belt off does it make noise or feel rough as you spin it.Is it leaking? does it have play in or out or upor down? you can do a flow test to see if it is building pressure.

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Hi. First thing you need to check first if the water pump is good. Start your engine while its cold then open the radiator cap. You will notice that the water is flowing inside the radiator if the water pump is ok. If water is stagnant then the problem is the water pump. You need to replace the water pump.

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Park your car overnight and put a large white piece of paper underneith your car. In the morning check the paper. If the paper is wet with liquid, you could have a water pump leak.

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Grab opposite ends of the water pump pulley and check for "play" (looseness): Try to rock it back and forth. There should be no give. If there is, the bearings are going and it's time to replace the water pump. By the time you can feel play in the water pump pulley, you may also be able to hear the bad bearing when the engine is running - there may be a low-pitched grinding noise coming from the water pump pulley

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fan clutch is threaded onto the shaft of the water pump you can probably rent he tools to remove it from any advance auto or auto zone not direction of threads on nnew pump some are lefthanded thread good luck let me know how you make out

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