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Old 08-26-2008, 07:12 PM
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Blew My Waterpump

I just blew my water pump whats a good brand for a replacement one??

Thanks in advance guys
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:19 PM
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replaced mine with ford motorcraft pump.
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i have asked around on this one. there is no aftermarket replacement for that part.
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replaced mine with ford motorcraft pump.
how hard is replacing it
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what has a good Warranty, along with price new or used just keep in mind your ford WP got you to your miles you have now!
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it's easy if you have the fan clutch tool, to take the fan off the pump
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how hard is replacing it
its not bad at all to replace it, skill wise, it did take me a while though. its pretty self-explanatory once you get into it.
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it's easy if you have the fan clutch tool, to take the fan off the pump

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i have asked around on this one. there is no aftermarket replacement for that part.
What do you mean theres no aftermarket replacement. Places like autozone have it for like $150. I personally bought the motorcraft brand for my truck last week because I didn't want any failures to come.

Not that hard to take off and reassemble. Remove the fan clutch and shroud. Autozone has the wrench to rent with a $50 down payment collateral fee. Transfer the water sensor and the water inlet on the top, thermostat and thermostat housing. If the housing needs replaced, get a ford part and not an aftermarket brand. . If your thermostat is in good condition and the seal looks good and not stretched or swelled up, then you can use it again.
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