How to Repair a Water Pump in a 1998 Volkswagon Beetle?

Answer The car's water pump sends coolant into the engine, preventing it from overheating. Replacing a water pump on the new Volkswagen Beetle is challenging because both the drive belt and timing belt mu... Read More »

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How to Repair the Water Pump in a 1998 Ford Explorer 5.0?

The water pump in the 1998 Ford Explorer is located on the front of the engine block by the cooling fan. It circulates coolant through the block to prevent the engine from overheating during its op... Read More »

How to Install a Water Pump in a VW Beetle?

Overheating and coolant leaks from the engine are signs that your VW Beetle needs a new water pump. Unlike its older counterparts, you can access the "New" Beetle's water pump through the front of ... Read More »

How to Change the Water Pump on New Volkswagen Beetle?

In order to keep the engine cool, all vehicles use a coolant circulation system. The coolant transfers the heat away from the engine, flows to the radiator, and allows the radiator to dissipate the... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a Type One Volkswagon Beetle?

With a few basic tools, anyone is capable of changing the oil in a Type 1 Volkswagen Beetle. Changing your oil at home will not only save you the expense of going to a mechanic, but it will also gi... Read More »