Can I Use SMPS to Power 12V DC Water Pump

It's probably adequate. The pump draws 60W continuous, which is 5A, according to the nameplate, and you are proposing a 10A power supply. Diaphragm pumps, to my knowledge, do not tend to draw enormous current on start-up, and the power supply, if the ratings are real, is capable of supplying some startup surge, so a 2:1 factor is probably okay. The only way to be sure, really, is to test it. You could also go for a much bigger power supply to be more sure

1. Replaced water pump, thermostat, and radiator, coolant still isnt flowing.?

You could have a air lock ,loosen the top return water pipe that is fitted to the top of the radiator ,take the radiator cap off put a running water pipe hose pipe into the radiator start the engine . and see if you can remove the air lock . I hope this helps you .

2. Is it hard to replace a water pump on a 2002 Jeep Liberty if I wanted to do it myself?

No. Get a chiltons or haynes manual at your local autozone. It will tell you how step by step. Assuming you have tools and a bucket to drain the radiator

3. Step by step, how do you replace the water pump on a 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier?

buy chiltons or hanes book or remember how you took it apart

4. How much would it be in labor and parts to change a water pump on a new Dodge Durango?

The cheapo water pump from oreillys is $46, the higher end one is around $70. As far as labor, Mitchell OnDemand calls for 2 hours flag rate time to change it out. You will probably be looking at at least 1 gallon of antifreeze as well for what will be lost changing it out, and I would recommend changing the thermostat when you change the water pump. The 5. 9 uses a timing chain, which I wouldnt recommend replacing, seeing as the vehicle has that low of miles on it. I am not sure how much labor costs in your area, but the shop I work at charges $75 per flag rate hour. So if we were to do it, taxes and everything it would be right around $250. If you live in a big city, you will probably be expecting to pay around $100 a hour for labor at a reputable shop. Good luck and hope this helps

5. overheating problems in a 98 pontiac transport van?

Yes it sounds like you have a clogging problem. I dont know when you changed the antifreeze or flushed the system, but ......... It may also be a combination of problems i. e. radiator, thermostat or water pump. If your not expereined in repairs, I would take it to a radiator shop and have them give it a evaluation. I would not advise taking it to a dealer, they regualrily charge exessive amounts to look at these things. You need to change your antifreeze every 1-2 years to keep it in the best condition. Good Luck.

6. Can a water pump gasket leak be the reason I keep running low on coolant?

Check inside the vehicle on the passenger side. Your heater core could be leaking. Pull up the rug and see and feel if it is wet

7. Is it hard to replace a water pump on a 2002 Jeep Liberty if I wanted to do it myself?

Most libraries have a computer data help base. Go to the library with your library card and get assistance. The data base will give you directions and illustrations. You may have to take the radiator cowl and fan blad off and remove the belts. If you have had any mechanical abilities, it should not be a job of great difficulty

8. How can I check if my well still has water if the pump is broken?

Find the actual top of the well, (follow the suction pipe), dig out and clean off, remove the well cap, preferably also remove the suction pipe so there's nothing to snag on (it should pull easily, and you will want to look at the foot valve anyway) tie a weight to a string, if the string will not obviously show where it's wetted, attach a rag or something to the weight, and lower it 27 feet (since you appear to have a simple suction/surface pump setup - 1 pipe to the well.)Be very careful of the opened well - you probably wo not be able to fall into it like Lassie's idiot friend (in most cases, but there are still a few that big in service) but you do not want to drop anything into it - hard to get back out, and bad for your water supply. Recap as soon as you are done testing.Pull up, if the string or rag is wet, you have water that you can pump with that type of pump. You still wo not know actual flow capacity of the well until you do a pump test, which involves actually applying a pump and removing water - any well / pump company can do that for you, for a price, or you can just buy a pump and do it yourself, less formally.You can also use more string and check how deep the well is, though to actually exploit any water below 27 feet you need to change pump types - but changing to a submersible type pump would put the pump safely in the well rather than outside in the weather and vandal (? something's been broken, anyway) zone. If there's actually much more extensive breakage and that was a jet pump (two pipes in the well), you want to change to a submersible anyway (in my opinion, in this day and age) for a variety of reasons including more efficent pumping and no priming needed. When placing the well back in service, you should "shock-treat" it to kill any bacteria introduced while servicing the well. You should avoid drinking the water until you have tested it (after flushing & using it for non-drinking purposes for a while after shock-treatment) to be sure that it is actually safe to drink

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He said the Creator makes things happen, and if he were to feel angry he'd be putting himself above the Creator.The cowboy was surprised."All my life I'd been taught to be a white guy and be very pissed off when things didn't go my way," he told me. "What I heard that day I've been using for years, to deal with my own anger." So, I thought, as the vanload of elderly Arapahos pulled out and Quame wound another length of webbing around my arm, when exactly did my own people decide not to accept things, but to change them? The advent of the railroad? The invention of the plow? Was that the first time we looked at the deer herds and wild strawberries and said, "Er, thanks for the glistening, sweet-smelling planet and all. But not enough is happening here. We're gonna make stuff happen ." And off we went to plow and plant and drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico.Me, I don't surrender to much and I certainly don't surrender to water pumps. I'm from a culture of worriers, improvers, ferreters, miners, irrigators, builders of plows, railroads, automobiles, armies, nuclear bombs, diet sodas, solar panels --- the most Can-Do nation in the history of the world. I love the excellent laptop computer, compact car and lime-mint lip balm that my culture has brought me. But when I let up even a little, the well-being just floods in. I can once again perceive the world that exists outside my plans. The color drains back into the landscape; the wind becomes audible in the trees.Life on the Wind River Indian Reservation is marked by poverty, violence, addiction, danger and wrongdoing in levels that can only be described as post-apocalyptic. The membrane between life and death is gossamer thin. But, still. There is softness and sweetness here, belly laughter I rarely hear elsewhere, and a vibrant spiritual life that thrives in part because it has to.I'm not saying Native Americans are perfect and that white people are bad. It's not personal. I'm saying that Native Americans -- and every other indigenous culture on the planet -- live in a rock tumbler of circumstance; the constant pounding has smoothed out their edges. As a middle class white person living in the heart of the richest culture in history, my edges are sharp and my expectations high. When I get stuck in traffic, I smack my steering wheel. I slug refrigerators on their innocent white sides.But I love -- LOVE -- being around the smooth-edged people. If I or my culture could surrender our dominion just a little bit, we'd live in a different world. I'm not talking about surrendering to drug cartels or terrorists. I'm talking about surrendering our dominion over every little thing; surrendering to inconvenience, lack of control, to taking the bus, to stopping in the middle of a spousal spat and deciding now is as good a time as any to start a ceasefire. This column is dedicated to those moments when, against the momentum of history, and even by accident, surrender happens.Lisa Jones is the author of BROKEN: A Love Story , the true tale of her friendship with quadriplegic Northern Arapaho horse gentler and traditional healer Stanford Addison. Her website is www.lisajoneswrites.com Watch YouTube video from BROKEN here.
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Best Honeywell Water Pump for Evaporative Cooler CL201AEBuy Link: CLICK HEREHoneywell Water Pump for Evaporative Cooler CL201AE Product Description:Honeywell Water Pump for Evaporative Cooler CL201AE. This Honeywell replacement water pump is compatible with the CL201AE Evaporative Cooler. Is accessory. swamp cooler, evaporative cooler, portable evaporative cooler, evaporative swamp cooler. Price: 29. 95 USD. Sale Price: 29. 95 USD. The Honeywell Water Pump for Evaporative Cooler CL201AE is certainly that and will be a great buy. For this price, the Honeywell Water Pump for Evaporative Cooler CL201AE is highly recommended and is a popular choice with lots of people.Buy it NowBuy Honeywell Water Pump for Evaporative Cooler CL201AE is a post from: Shop Air Purifiers.About how much does it cost to have a water pump replaced in a 97 chevy tahoe.?I am assuming that this is a 5.7 L motor, it takes approximately 2 hours so multiply that by the rate per hour your garage charges. We get $35 an hour so it would be $70 hereJust changed the water pump on my 2000 Chevy Malibu, but the engine still overheats. What can this be from?Air trapped in the cooling system. Check to see if there is a valve on top of the thermostat housing that you can unscrew and let out the trapped air. If that does not work then check that your fans come on. Worse case is that your head gasket or head is cracked that can lead to over heating when the combustion leaks into your cooling system and heats up the coolant too fast.I need bottom feeders that are too big to get sucked into a water pump, but not too big for a 29 gallon tank.?pleco there are many different kinds of pleco under a vast price range. bristle nosed pleco are a good medium size and not to expensive. I have two of them, one is albino. Others you may want to look at include farlowella, cory cat, coolie loach, whiptail catfish, and Otocinclus.Which water pump is more powerful between Kirloskar CBR 140 and Havells D1?You must see three specifications.kW or HPDischarge in liter per minute (LPM) or secondDischarge head or head pressure which is in meterNow for same kW and discharge head you compare discharge in LPM. Which ever is more, is better. This is generally comparable and no scope for much difference.You must select pump head pressure according to position of your over head tank. If it is three story than select 12 to 15 meter head pressure that will give you more LPM for same power. If you select more head pressure than LPM will reduce for same power.Which water pump is more powerful between Kirloskar CBR 140 and Havells D1?.95 Honda Accord EX 2.2L Vtec -- Any important info I need to be aware of when changing the water pump/timing?While BMWs do last forever I would really advise against buying a used car with more than 50,000 miles on it. If you try to sell the BMW in 5 years and it then has 120,000 miles on it, you will have a hard time getting more than $5000 for it. The repairs will also be more costly on the BMW, which it will likely need more of as it is an older car. Personally although I've only ever owned luxury cars, and certainly do enjoy them!, would go for the Honda. It is a smarter investmentMy water pump was leaking and replaced. Now the AC does not work and it was working fine before.?i used some product i've got been given at checker vehicle areas to "fix" a head gasket that grew to become into blown into the coolant device. that they had some distinctive types, some properly suited with coolant, some not. i've got been given the stuff that grew to become into properly suited with coolant. i am very sceptical on stuff like this, in spite of if it has labored so a procedures. i paid like $30 for it. i grew to become into surprisedWill my 115V water pump get damaged from a 120Vac power source?There's no problem running a 115V pump on 120V. Pump motors are designed to run between 110V and 125V
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Of course the problem is still there. Your mechanic did not fix your problem. Timing belt and water pump have no relation with poor acceleration. Consider this things; 1. Your fuel pump could be malfunctioning 2. fuel pump relay failing 3. poor spark plugs 4. poor wires 5. rotor failing 6. ignition coil malfunctioning Have this check and fix by a good mechanic. Hope this helps!1. How do I turn the water on in this house using this water pump?most of the time you have to prime the pump it's like dragging a water bed easiest way is to fill hose full of water and the suction of the water running out will pull the rest out. well a pump you have to fill it full of water so it can pull the water out... dry pump does not work2. Water pump, thermostat and two hoses plus coolant for 07 Toy Camry 4 cylinder?I suspect you are leaving out some parts. If your water pump is shot, you surely need a new belt, tensioner, and the things that you said. So add 80 for tensioner and 60 for a belt, and half an hour to replace the tensioner, belt should be included with water pump time. Still sounds high.3. Water pump question in fan clunth?Sounds to me like you still got an air pocket in the system that needs to be bled out. They can be a bugger to bleed sometimes! Yes, when you can fix the fan clutch. In my opinioin if the core is plugged, I do not think it will "mess up" the water pump again but whatever its plugged with will eventually be moving throughout the cooling system! Good Luck!4. I have a 1999 cavalier and it need a new head gasket and water pump?My daughter has just had the head gasket replaced on her car - it cost 500. She also had to fish out another 110 to an auto electrician as the water pump was leaking and blowing the fuses and corroding the wires to the central locking, clock and rear wipers. Her car is newer than yours with a lot less mileage but she intends replacing it as soon as she can. I agree with her I think like you she is throwing good money after bad. I suppose you could get a Haynes manual and see what you are up against if you want to have a go yourself. Good luck.5. Buying a 2001 Cavalier with owner never having to change the water pump: Okay or nay?no. at that millage you are going to have to expect some Maintenance. a Water pump is still considered Maintenance. dose it leak or make noise? if not i say drive it until it goes. replace it then. that engine has a Timing chain i think. if so you would want to go ahead and have that changed wile your at it. if its a timing belt then defiantly change it but i think that engine uses a chain if i am not mistaken. But water pumps are very simple parts. just a plate with an impeller on it. if it is not leaking or making nose then its fine. Water pumps do have a limited life span. if you are doing a timing chain or belt then you should go ahead and do the pump wile your at it just because they are located int eh same place and its far cheaper to do it all at one time. but if it inst leaking or making noise then i would not worry about changing it until it dose leak or make noise. just be a smart driver and never let the car over heat. i am not saying that it will. but when they day comes that pump dose leak you do not want to run the engine in the red zone on the temp gauge. avoid that at all cost. but no its no red flag. like i said. if it is not leaking or making noise then its fine. i have seen the impeller come off of one. but that is usually a result of not using the correct coolant for years. so just make sure you have the proper coolant in it and if it is not leaking or making noise you should be just fine
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VW's and AUDI's need only PENTOSIN COOLANT that is now ROSE COLORED and use to be PINK! POWER WASH engine and check fro LEAKS, esp around WATER PUMP! ALL VW's cars need a new WATER PUMP and TIMING BELT KIT at 100k mile INTERVALS! NEVER USE PRESTONE or tother GENERIC CHEAP COOLANTS that wil cost you HEATER CORES> if VALVOLINE orr other INAPPROPRIATE OIL was ever used ,HAVE YOUR THROTTLE BDOY and IDLE AIR CONTROVL VALVE cleaned up to SHOWROOM CLEAN! Since you did NOT check yoru FLUID LEVEL YOURSELF1. Tech Q&A: Correct Fan Switch LocationWhen monitoring your cooling system, take the temperature reading at the point where the coolant is hottest; on most American V8s, this is at or near the thermostat housing. The big-block in our C10 runs steady at 195 degrees, thanks to a PRC radiator and twin 16-inch fans from GC Cooling. Rick Miller, via email: I recently read somewhere about a car owner who plumbed a fan probe into his water pump with the fan switch set to turn on at 230 degrees. Would not the water pump be the wrong place to put it? I would think that by the time water coming from the radiator hits 230 degrees, the engine would be really hot. John McGann: Rick, you are absolutely right, and that engine probably was not long for this world with the fans set to trigger that way. Theoretically, the radiator outlet and water pump should be the "coolest" part of the car's cooling system when the engine is at operating temperature and the thermostat is open. In most of the cars we deal with, the water pump draws coolant from the outlet side of the radiator and pushes it into the engine block. Coolant travels through the block, up in to the cylinder heads, and out of the engine at the thermostat housing. From there, it goes back to the radiator to be cooled. The temperature probe should be plugged into the system where the coolant is hottest-generally, the thermostat housing, in the coolant passages adjacent to it, or in the water jacket of the cylinder heads. You mentioned a fan controller switch set to 230 degrees, and while several aftermarket controllers have a temperature range of between 150 and 240 degrees, I would never want to see coolant temperatures that high. Yes, most new cars operate at coolant temperatures of 200 to 220 degrees, but they do that with the benefits of a big radiator and modern electronic controls that adjust settings such as spark timing to compensate. One of the benefits of high coolant temperatures is that condensation and fuel contamination of the engine oil essentially boils out more easily, which leads to longer oil-change intervals and a reduced chance of sludge and engine deposits. Though you did not mention what kind of car you are referring to, since you are asking us at Car Craft, we are going to assume that it's an older one-and likely carbureted (something like my 1978 Malibu). In that car, I have a 170-degree thermostat, a seven-blade clutch fan, and the stock two-row radiator. It's a Gen I 350 with aluminum Trick Flow heads, 10.0:1 compression, and a standard HEI distributor running total timing of 32 degrees of ignition advance. I have a mechanical Auto Meter temperature gauge plumbed into the coolant passage adjacent to the thermostat housing. Around town, the engine generally runs at about 175 degrees. Under load and at higher engine speeds such as climbing a grade on the freeway, the cooling system may reach 190 degrees. Even on the hottest days, I've never seen coolant temperature higher than 200 degrees. The exception to all this is Chevy's LT1/LT4 engine family from the 1990s with reverse-flow cooling systems. In those engines, though, the water pump is attached to the engine block and pushes the coolant from the radiator into passages that route it up and into the cylinder heads first, flooding them with the coldest coolant. From there, coolant flows down into the block, where it reenters the pump through separate passages off to the radiator. Those water pumps have a coolant temperature sensor plumbed into the "hot" passage, measuring the temperature of the coolant just before it exits the pump on the way to the radiator. The thermostat is actually on the inlet side of the water pump. If the engine in question is an LT1, then putting a fan trigger here would correct, because it's sampling the hottest coolant in the cooling system. I would personally set the trigger temperature a bit lower than 230 degrees, however. In case you are wondering why Chevrolet would switch to a reverse-flow cooling system for this version of the small-block, it was done both for reduced emissions and better engine performance. Because the cylinder heads are the hottest part of the engine, this system was designed to maintain even and consistent cooling of the cylinder heads so the engine could safely run higher compression ratios (relative to its predecessors) and more ignition advance, and these engines did make more power and get slightly better gas mileage than the TPI engines they replaced.2. How much should I expect as an estimate on a new water pump?Call around and get some estimates they all should be close to each other. Its rather straight foward3. On a deisel motor in a boat why does it have coolant and a water pump?this is refered to as a fresh water cooling system. the engine has a coolant tank and a recirc pump that pumps the coolant through a tube and shell heat exchanger,just as a car does through a radiator. instead of air around the radiator, the exchanger has sea(lake)water pumped through it by a engine mounted pump or a pump on a outdrive if so equiped. the engine heat is transmitted from the engine coolant to the exchanger, and out to the sea(lake). this system has many advantages. one of the most important is the fact that salt or brackish water never touches the engine block or components, preventing costly corrosion. secondly it keeps the engine running at a more even or constant temp. this is very important to a diesel as the engine puts out its hp and performance at a set temp. the heat exchanger can have an automatic drain system, draining water out of it and with coolant (antifreeze) in the engine, the boat can be operated in freezing weather without freezing, or draining the block every night. Heat exchangers can be backflushed easier than an engine, and allow the boat to be operated in muddy or contaminated water. (I have seen boats with tandem exchngers in case one plugs up or needs cleaning). gasoline and diesel engines can have exchanger systems, but since diesels inherantly are more expensive and live longer, a heat exhanger system is worth while
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