How Much Will a Shop Charge Me to Replace a Water Pump and Timing Belt?

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1. Should I use Loctite on water pump stud bolts?

no. another hint.....throw that rebuilt pump in the garbage and only install a new one. penny wise is dollar foolish. -ken

2. is the water pump connected to the a/c compressor for a 98 vw jetta?

Not even CLOSE. The A/C compressor and the water pump MIGHT be using the same SERPENTINE belt along with your power steering and alternator. If your A/C compressor clutch bearings have jambed up, it will take your belt down and all the other things, too. What is your REAL question here???? Your JETTA requires the EXCLUSIVE use of genuine VW coolant. NOTHING else will protect your water pump beraing and plastic and alloy cooling system parts the way the factory stuff does. Your engine ALSO requires the use of only oil that meets VW/Audi specification 502/505 and NOTHING ELSE. Engine damage will occur if you do NOT use the proper oil. This means basically mobil One 0W40 and a handful of other SYNTHETIC oils. NO VALVOLINE EVER, unless it meets these standards! If your A?C pump has seized up, you may be in trouble. Without a properly working A/C clutch pulley, the belt will simply break or screech bloody murder until it DOES break. MORE INFO WOULD BE NICE!!.

3. New water pump leaking out of bolt hole?

Bad water pump!!

4. is it the water pump, the radiator or both?

if the radiator is clogged up then it can,t circulate and if enough pressure builds up then it can start a leak in it. the water pump is,nt suppose to make any noise. the noise is the bearing getting ready to go bad. and i agree with some of the others too. the cooling system has to bled to get the air out or it can,t circulate

5. Is it the water pump or what?

First try not to over heat he engine.. check and see if you have not broke a belt, see if you can see any visual leaks, listen and see if you can pinpoint the noise, does sound like a water pump and are quite common on the caravan, take to an auto repair shop, don;t try to tackle this WHEW.... I done a few myself and I am a mechanic of 28 years. Good luck

6. how do i change a water pump?

sturdy concept to try this as quickly as you have gotten that a the thank you to maintenance the belt do water pump so which you wont could flow lower back later in time to do pump and all of the exertions value you could save with suggestions from doing the two now

7. Water Pumps - Submersible and Centrifugal - How to Know Which Kind to Choose

A pond pump is an important part of a fish pond or water feature. Each feature requires the water to circulate via a water pump. There are a few types of pond pumps available, each with their own feature and performance chart. We will help you decide which type of pump may be best for your application. The advantages of having an external pond pump or non-submersible pump is that it is located outside of the pond, can be easily worked on or removed without having to get wet. Plumbing it to a pond UV filter or other type of apparatus is also easier if it's located outside of the pond. The drawback, is that you very well may hear it hum while it works. There are however, fake rock covers that work very well in not only camouflaging the pump but in eliminating or reducing the hum noise while it's operating. A non-submersible or centrifugal pump also have a unique advantage in that for very large pond waterfalls or water features, centrifugal pumps offer a much higher volume or higher pressure than what submersible pumps can offer. So, if you want a very large water feature or if you are into fish farming and raise a variety of fish, then a centrifugal pump is definitely what you will need. Typically, manufacturers make the electrical cord for the garden pond pump up to 20 feet long. Be sure to check with your city ordinance how far away from the pond's edge you can install electricity and then take into account exactly where you want your pump to make sure the cord is long enough to reach the outlet. Every pond pump comes with a performance chart that will indicate how much water flow that pump will provide at a certain distance and height. Typically, this is referred to in gallons per minute (GPM) or gallons per hour (GPH). There is a bit of math you need to go through in order to know what type of water pond pump you will need for your application. We cover all of this in our online course, 'how to build a pond'. Be sure to check it out. Also, be wary of the horsepower of the water pond pump. Horsepower has almost nothing to do with what size of pump may be right for you. Manufacturer's are continually making pumps more energy efficient, thereby requiring less horsepower to do an even greater job. So, do not look at the horsepower for a pump when considering if it's large enough to do the job. Horsepower is not quite like what it used to be. Often times people look for solar pond pumps. They can be convenient because they do not require electricity to operate. This may be advantageous for ponds located quite a distance for a power source. Their drawback though, is that they are unreliable. If you have cloudy days, they do not get enough energy to provide power to operate. If you have pond fish that need oxygenation from this solar pump and the pump is not working because it's cloudy outside, well, you may very well lose your fish. Some folks also try to use swimming pool pumps for their ponds or sump pumps. These pumps are not designed for either continuous use or for the particles of debris that is found in a fish pond compared to a much cleaner swimming pool. Be sure you get the right type of pump. Trying to cut corners in price may very well cost you in other places - particularly if you have fish that are dependent on the oxygenation that a pump can provide. If you are feeling like you want to do a little math, I will quickly tell you part of the information on how to determine what size of pond pump you need for your water feature. First, measure the horizontal distance you want your water pump to push water. Then, measure the height from the top of the pond's surface to the height of your waterfall, pond filter or wherever you want the pump to push water to. Now, for every 10 feet of horizontal distance you want the pond pump to push water, you add one foot of something that is called a 'lift'. So, if you want it to push water for 20 feet, this equates to a 2 foot lift. For every foot in vertical height you want the pond pump to push water, you add 1 foot of lift. So, if you want to push the water 5 feet up in the air, this is a 5 foot lift. Now, add all the 'lifts' for your pond pump together and this is your total. With the above example, we had a 2 foot horizontal lift and a 5 foot vertical lift. This equals to 7 feet of lift. Once you have determined how much pressure you need in GPH or GPM, (covered in our how to build a pond online course) you will need to add this 'lift' to the GPH. Just for the sake of an example, say you have calculated that your garden pond pump needs to push 750 GPH - but the critical information that most people do not know about (besides calculating the GPH they need) is that you need to add the lifts to this number. You may need a pump that pushes 750 GPH at a 7 foot lift. You will need to look at the performance charts of each water pump to see which one will provide this pressure. It 'may' be a box that is listed as a 1150 GPH pump because as I mentioned above, this is the optimal amount that pump may perform at a 0 or 1' lift - but, you need to pump water at a 7' lift - right? So, that 1150 GPH water pump may provide 1150 GPH at 0 or 1' lift, 900 GPH at a 3' lift, and 750 GPH at a 7' lift. So, the lifts and calculating out what size of water pump you need is critical to having enough pressure for your water feature. At PondSolutions.com we are happy to help you select which type of pond pump you need for your application. There is a bit involved in deciding what type of water pump or waterfall pump is right for you but once this is determined, you will be certain that the pond pump will perform just as you wanted it to and wo not either be too powerful or have too little pressure to provide you with water feature or filtration you need for your pond.

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