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1992 Jetta Water Pump

Hey I think that my waterpump is broken and i dont want to have to remove it if it is not, so i was wondering if there a way to test if it is broken/working before i remove it. Thanks!

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Yes there is a small hose going to the overflow tank pullit off and see if there is coolant comming out from this hose if not your pump vanes are damaged or spun of the shaft
hope this helps

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