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 About Car Water Pumps?

Answer A car's water pump is "critical" to keeping your engine running cool. Without a properly working water pump the vehicle would over heat very quickly and quite possibly, if left unattended to, actua... Read More »
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How to Prime Well Water Pumps?

Keep a 5-gallon container filled with water next to your surface pump. When your well loses its prime, you'll need it. Surface pumps must be filled with water to create the suction necessary to lif... Read More »
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How to Clean Water Pumps?

Cleaning a water pump entails cleaning the filter that blocks dirt from getting into the water, while letting the water through in your pump. If you notice your water pressure is low it may mean th... Read More »
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How to Remove Water From Oil Pumps?

Contaminated engine oil can result in costly damage to your motor. Engine oil lubricates the moving parts of your car's engine. It also cools, cleans and prevents corrosion. Oil contaminated by wat... Read More »
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How to Rebuild Water Pumps?

Your car's cooling system keeps the engine from overheating. The water pump is the center of the cooling system. When the pump leaks or otherwise stops working properly, the cooling system can't do... Read More »
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