How to Check Auto Water Pump Problems?

Answer The water pump is vital to your vehicle's cooling system. The water pump is powered by the engine and it sends coolant from the radiator to the engine and then back again. When a water pump begins ... Read More »

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Auto Water Pump Installation?

All automobiles use coolant to keep the engine from getting too hot to operate. "Cool," though, in an engine means water than isn't boiling. Coolant can still be as much 180 degrees Fahrenheit goin... Read More »

Troubleshooting an Auto Water Pump?

Operating a motorcycle clutch incorrectly can have catastrophic effects on the engine, and in extreme cases cause the rider to lose control of the bike. A slipper clutch can prevent such consequenc... Read More »

Signs of a Bad Auto Water Pump?

The water pump on your vehicle is one of the most important parts on your car. A water pump circulates coolant around your vehicle's engine to keep the car running cool. A car that runs hot, risks ... Read More »

Will My Water Pump Problems Cause My Car to Run Hot?

There are at least a dozen reasons that a car may run hotter than normal and even overheat. A faulty water pump could cause problems with the cooling system, resulting in a car running too hot. Typ... Read More »