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.
2000 Toyota Celica have timing chains.
You should change your water pump for 4 to 5 years after you put in your first one.
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It's recommended to change the water pump at the time when you replace the timing belt.
drain stopped up locate the drain tube on the passenger side at the firewall and use compressed air or a wire to clean it out, water should run out of it.
buy a repair manual,because you have to take a few things off to replace the water pump including the timing belt,which should also be replaced.gmjim
On the front of the engine near the bottom. You can follow the water supply hose from the radiator to the thermostat.
Never put just straight water in your motor. You want to top off your radiator first then top off your coolant in the reservoir. Water will rust your motor from the inside out.
The cost to replace a water pump on a Toyota Cressida varies by location. As of 2014 the average cost of this repair is between 189.99 and 249.99.
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my toyota avensis 1.8se 1999the water is leaking
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My 1995 Avalon has 302,000 miles on it. Original water pump, plugs relaced only once. Original muffler. No problems, starts up every time.
Yes, Always change water pump at same time, save ya lots of work later,
Remove engine and transaxle assembly
The water pump is driven by the timing belt.
If it's the same as a 1996 which I have, it is advised to use a kit, meaning, in addition to the timing belt and water pump, you also need to replace the tensioner, idler, thermostat, drive belts. You will also need coolant.
I would gees $ 60- $150
I have a 1997 Toyota Camry. It is leaking anti-frezze. I need to replace the water pump. Do I have to remove and replace timing belts too?
The service book recommends changing the timing belt (and I would recomment also changing the water pump along with it, as it will save you time and money) every 90 k miles, or roughly 144 000 km, or 72 months. I personally exchange them every 150 000 km, on both my 2006 Toyota Avalon XLS and on Lexus ES 330.
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It depends on town, from my experience $200-500, if you want to change the water (which is reasonable) pump $400-600.