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How To Explain Fuel Pump Failure To A Customer

This article was originally posted on AftermarketNews.com. For those who aren’t mechanically inclined, fuel pumps can be mysterious. When many consumers hear the phrase “your fuel pump requires replacement,” a confused and frightened stare is often the response. Throw in a measure of skepticism, and consumers will often refuse a replacement fuel pump against their […]

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New vs. Remanufactured Water Pumps – Pros and Cons

This article was originally posted on AftermarketNews.com. Total water pump failure can lead to devastating problems, including engine failure. The best approach is to be aware of the signs of failure and replace the water pump right away. If an engine’s water pump is failing, there are two replacement options to consider: a rebuilt/remanufactured water […]

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Making The Case For Preventative Water Pump Replacement

This article was originally posted on AftermarketNews.com If a water pump isn’t showing signs of a leak, corrosion, cracks, making noise, or exhibiting any other “red flags,” should it be replaced? Most people would say no – it only makes sense to replace a part after it breaks. But, in the case of water pumps, premature […]

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40th Anniversary Giveaway

Can you believe that 2017 is knocking on the door? We can’t! As 2016 comes to a close, we’re reminded of what can be accomplished when great customers continue to support us. Not only we were able to launch a brand new website this year, but this month marks our 40th anniversary.

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Maximizing the Lifespan of Your Water Pump

The water pump is the heart of your engine’s cooling system, and keeping it in tip-top shape is important to the lifespan of your car. Manufacturers design water pumps to last the life of the vehicle, so as long as the regular maintenance is performed, it should stick with you until the end of days.

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Water Pump Failure Modes and Troubleshooting

If your water pump fails, it often costs a lot more than a little inconvenience on the side of the road. Worst case scenario: broken water pumps can lead to serious issues that can badly damage your engine, and eventually cause complete engine failure.

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