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How do you change the water pump on a 1996/97 vw passat

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The serpentine belt routing diagram on a 1999 VW Passat 1.9 TDI - 110 HP

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Belt routing diagram for 1997 VW Passat 1,9 TDI:

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I have an overheating 2004 vw Passat I verified the water pump was working by removing the fill line to the fill tank and it was flowing steady at 2000 rpm. I also burped the system by running the car at...


it could be the thermostat. if the car stays at normal operating temp at idle and only gets hot when you drive it is the water pump. i just changed one that never overheated at idle even when it set for an hour or more. as soon as I tried to drive it I would get a mile down the road and it would be burning hot. took the water pump off and the impeller was spinning on the pump shaft.

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2000 VW passat timing belt replacement


80 000miles(120 000km) is recomended by the dealer but it's safer at 40 000miles(60 000km) its safer for town driving and cold conditions considering the diffirence between a cambelt change and a replacemnet engine and downtime.

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check them plastic housings for distortion ,or just change them ,they are only cheap anyway and very prone to leaks when hot and under load

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