Don't buy the original just find a different auto supply. Advanced Auto Parts and Autozone generally makes a good reman pump. BE SURE TO INSTALL CORRECTLY FOR BEST RESULTS. Black gasket sealant works better than blue on water pumps Check your radiator's quality. If the radiator is corroding, it'll cause the coolant to get too hot and damages the water pump's internal seals. Also make sure you're putting a gasket on with black RTV sealant.
Not necessarily, unless you think they are leaking.
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
You should replace the water pump on a 1999 Toyota Avalon when it becomes worn out. You can also replace it when it begins leaking.
If leaking from the rail itself, the rail will need replaced. If leaking from a seal at the rail, replace the rail.
Yes, they cannot or should not ever be repaired=Have a licensed INSURED plumber Replace it=
Replace Heater Core
You should never replace a pan if there is no defect such as,leak,crack,major dents ect. If its not leaking you should leave it alone!
Replace it. Never bybass a transmission cooler unless you want to replace the transmission next.
you probably have a leaking heater core....you can replace it or bypass it
You should replace it the radiator to play it safe because theres a good chance that it may be leaking or will leaking but check with your dealer or autoshop.
The water pump does not have a specified life span. The time to replace it is when it is leaking or noisy.
Replace it, should only coast a few bucks at auto parts store.
Edit: They should replace it. Original: you win.
When it no longer provides heat such as it is leaking or it cannot pass a boiler inspectors inspection
Replace the pump before the serpentine belt and rack and pinion are damaged.
you should replace belt your already there.if old belt breaks it could cause engine damage
should be a filler tube comin out of the trans
there is a transmission cooler inside your radiator and it must be leaking. probably replace the whole assembly
When it becomes loud or starts leaking. You can also change it if you have to do timing belt due to you have to take everything off anyway
i had the same problem-yesterday i changed the gasget on the windsheild. seemed to work...
A leaking water heater can be very dangerous and should not be used if it is leaking. Also, you should clean the leakage and keep it away from any other electronics.
If it's leaking from the back of the water pump then most likely you should go ahead and replace it because its leaking from the weep hole which tells you basicly that your water pump is about to stop working its a way to warn you before your motor locks up
seems like the steering pump should have been repaired or replaced
If your brake is leaking,Its easier to replace with rebuilt ones,then to change the piston and seal,. And you should change both
Unless you like oil all over the bottom of your jeep then yes, you should replace it. If it breaks completely the oil will stream out of there in no time. The good news is that its cheap and easy to replace. Just do it !!