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Installing a new water pump for your vehicle is a cost effective way for you to save money. Pop the hood and with your trusty Chilton or Haynes repair manual at your side you can remove and replace your old water pump quickly and painlessly. We can ease your pain with one of our in stock water pumps. We carry water pumps for your Ford, Chevy, Toyota, Nissan, Kia, BMW, Jaguar, or other fine vehicle. We sell water pumps for less too because we cut out the middle man to bring big savings to you. No need to shop your dealer's pricey parts department for a new water pump, we carry OEM quality pumps and we price them for less. Our match or beat pricing means you receive the best possible deal on your high quality water pump. No need to worry when you buy from us that someone is selling the same pump elsewhere for less. We will not be undersold. Shipping is free and you can order by way of our toll free number or right online. Our site is secure and we never close. Order today and let us fill your order quickly and easily.

Buying Guides

Things to Keep in Mind When Choosing the Best Water Pump

A water pump basically sends coolant through the hoses looped around the engine block to absorb the excess heat. Since it plays a vital role to keep your engine working, it's obviously imperative that you equip your car with a water pump that meets its requirements. Here are some of the things that you should keep in mind when buying a new water pump:

Different types for different needs

When it comes to choosing a water pump for your car, there's really no definite standard that can tell you if a particular type is better than the other one. You have to consider your car's needs and the driving conditions that it usually goes through. Check out the following types of water pumps:

  1. Mechanical: A mechanical water pump is the most common type that's present in vehicles nowadays. Since it's widely used, you don't have to worry about its availability. It's also more powerful than its electrical counterpart, which means that it delivers a greater amount of coolant through the engine block at a faster rate. On the downside, a mechanical water pump greatly decreases your car's horsepower and fuel economy. If you're willing to overlook this flaw, then this type is a great choice if you're looking for a durable and powerful water pump that costs less to install.
  1. Electric: Unlike the mechanical ones, an electric water pump doesn't affect your car's engine performance and fuel efficiency. This type is actually a perfect if you're on the lookout for a water pump that can increase the fuel economy of your car while successfully fulfilling you car's cooling requirements at any temperature range. You should keep in mind, though, that an electric water pump provides a lower coolant flow rate than the mechanical ones.

Choose one according to your budget

Aside from taking your driving needs into consideration, another factor that you should think about before buying a water pump is the amount of money that you're willing to spend. An aftermarket water pump is recommended if you're looking for a budget-friendly solution, especially if you have no qualms about its quality and compatibility. However, if you're fishing for a water pump that's proven to have good quality—and the higher price tag and limited options are no big deal to you—then you should just opt for an OEM instead.

Repair Guides

How to Effortlessly Replace a Broken Water Pump

The main function of the water pump is to efficiently deliver the right amount of coolant through your vehicle's engine block. This vital part of your car usually gets damage due to contamination, thermal shock, and excessive vibration. There are three ways to tell if a water pump is due for a replacement: coolant leakage, noise, and low speed overheating. If you've observed your vehicle showing one or more of these common symptoms, you should check and replace the faulty water pump right away. Simply follow these helpful steps and make sure you have the needed tools at hand:

Difficulty level: Moderate

What you'll need:

  • Ratchet and socket set
  • Wrench
  • Drain pan
  • Owner's manual of the car
  • Engine coolant
  • Replacement water pump

Step 1: Turn off engine of your car and make sure to give it ample time to cool down to avoid getting burned by the hot coolant.

Step 2: Carefully disconnect the ground wire of your car's battery to prevent electrocution while you're working with its electric components.

Step 3: Place the drain pan under the engine and make sure that the system is completely drained of all its contents before proceeding to the next step.

Step 4: Locate the mounting brackets of the alternator. You need to loosen these before you can unfasten and remove the drive belts using the appropriate socket size.

Step 5: If needed, you should also remove the engine's pulley, fan, and fan shroud to get better access to the water pump.

Step 6: Carefully detach the hoses that are connected to the water pump before removing the set of screws that are securing it in place. After all screws have been unfastened using a wrench, you can now remove the old water pump from its mounting location.

Step 7: Before installing the new water pump, you should first inspect if the pump gaskets are in good shape and if the mounting location needs to be cleaned.

Step 8: Secure the replacement water pump in place by making sure that you applied the right amount of torque on each screw.

Step 9: Reattach every component that you removed earlier. Make sure that everything is in the right place before you test the new water pump.

This entire process takes about one hour to finish if you're an experienced DIYer and almost two hours for a beginner.

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