How to Replace a Subaru Water Pump?

Answer Subaru engines have a radiator and water channel design that uses pumped and pressurized coolant to stabilize its internal temperature. Unlike most internal combustion engines, instead of a block a... Read More »

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How to Replace the Water Pump in a Subaru Outback?

The water pump is the heart of the Subaru Outback cooling system, circulating the coolant. When the water pump is faulty, it can cause serious damage to the engine of your Subaru Outback. Make sure... Read More »

How to Replace a Water Pump on a 1996 Subaru Legacy?

The water pump on the 1996 Subaru Legacy mounts on the left-front portion of the engine block. The timing belt drives the water pump as the engine operates. The coolant inlet is on the bottom side ... Read More »

How to Install a Water Pump in a Subaru Outback?

A bad water pump can spell trouble when it causes your engine to overheat. The Subaru Outback water pump is mounted in some way on the front of the cylinder block. To get to it, you must disconnect... Read More »

How to Change the Water Pump on a 2003 Subaru Outback?

The water pump on a 2003 Subaru Outback should be changed when you notice a leak or if you hear it grinding. The pump on the 1.8-liter engine is a bit easier to work with than the pumps on other mo... Read More »