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Old 05-29-2011, 02:21 PM
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Question 7.3 Water Pump question

rock auto has the motorcraft water pump for 230. but the pic of the part shows this..




last time i purchased a moto wp was at ford, and it came with the down pipe on it. the pic doesnt show that.

just wanted to know if i have to order that separately or use mine with a new seal.

or what other brands of wp that works and last?
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I just did my water pump on tuesday and got it a sanels for 109.09 brand new. and I just teplaced the o ring on the down pipe and reused the old one.
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hmmm. thats a good price jrod, and ya i'd reuse it if its okay.

btw mines not dripping at the moment, im thinking the seal has a small crack somewhere and is expanding and contracting with heating and cooling, odd.
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Just replaced mine and reused the old pipe but it did come with a new one.
Paid about $200 from Autozone.
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Did a price match at autozone and paid 109. reused the downpipe.
I made a new thermostat housing out of aluminum to replace that crappy stamped one though.
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Last edited by toybreaker; 05-30-2011 at 04:00 PM. Reason: duplicate post
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Dang... thats pretty dern cool!

I'm hoping to buy my Coolant bypass filter, 203* T-Stat, and a billet housing this week. Then gonna to the ELC coolant swap.

I have a pending gun sale... if all goes well, I will be ordering some mods this week.
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