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How to Replace a Auxiliary Water Pump

The cooling system of a vehicle’s engine is designed to perform two functions.

How to Replace a Water Pump Pulley

Water pump pulleys are designed to be driven by a drive belt or serpentine belt.

How to Replace a Water Pump Belt

Vehicles are required to have belts to drive the water pump and accessories.

How to Diagnose a Faulty Water Pump

The water pump is a part of your vehicle with an important role in the engine's cooling system.

How Long Does a Water Pump (Auxiliary) Last?

Your car uses coolant for a number of purposes.

How Long Does a Water Pump Belt Last?

There are a variety of components that make up the cooling system of a car.

How Long Does a Water Pump Pulley Last?

The pulleys and drive belts on a car help to ensure that everything is getting the power it needs.

How Long Does a Water Pump Last?

The engine in your car produces a lot of heat, which means that the cooling system in your car will need to do its job to keep it from overheating.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Water Pump Belt

Whether you have a gasoline or diesel powered vehicle, your primary source of keeping the engine cool is a fully functioning coolant system.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Water Pump (Auxiliary)

Many of today's modern cars utilize a standard water pump to keep their engines at a consistent operating temperature.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Water Pump

In order to run cool on those hot summer days, your engine needs to have a consistent flow of coolant supplied from the radiator throughout the engine.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Water Pump Pulley

In order to maintain a consistent and safe operating temperature, your vehicle utilizes a coolant system that circulates coolant from the radiator, through the engine block, to a heater core and back to the radiator.

How to Buy a Good Quality Water Pump

When your car is running it's important that it maintains the proper temperature, which is why the water pump is so important.

How a Car's Cooling System Works

Have you ever considered the thousands of times explosions occur in your engine? If you're like most people, that thought never enters your mind.