Water pumps are designed to last many thousands of miles, but lax maintenance or a chance interaction with contaminants can end its life quickly. A slow leak of coolant at the water pump is usually a bad seal, while a noisy water pump is usually losing the bearing. In either case, the entire pump needs replacement.

On some vehicles, the pump is externally mounted at the front of the engine block. Others will have them internally mounted, requiring the removal of the timing cover. In both cases, it’s important to inspect, and usually replace, the drive belt. Especially with the internal water pump, replacing the drive belt can extend usable engine life and prevent extensive engine damage.

Whenever you see leaking coolant, top off your cooling system and bring the car in for inspection. It may not be the water pump, but a cooling system losing coolant can result in extreme engine damage if not addressed quickly. We’ll pinpoint your issue and do all we can to keep you out of hot water!

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Using the highest quality replacement parts, we pride ourselves on our work because we know our reputation is crucial to our success. Please let us know how we’re doing! Feel free to call or stop by at any time and tell us how you feel about the services we’ve completed for you. No matter if you're a new customer or not, we hope you’ll drive away satisfied and refer us to your friends!

If you are experiencing any issues or want the piece of mind that your vehicle is in tip top shape give us a call today.  We have the knowledge, diagnostic tools and we are ready to help get and keep you on the road.  Call us today to book your appointment at  (919) 876-8011