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5 Tips For Reducing Water Pump Repair Comebacks

Nobody on earth likes comebacks. A comeback is a lose-lose situation because: Customers don’t want to go through the hassle of bringing their car back to the shop Shop managers are reluctant to deal with upset customers Technicians don’t like to redo the work on a vehicle The tech and the shop lose revenue Unfortunately, […]

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Water Pumps 101 – What You Need To Know

As an extension of GMB’s commitment to high-quality water pumps, we have produced a variety of content for DIYers, installers, and service advisors to reference and share with customers as needed. It’s our hope that these materials give you a better understanding of the GMB water pumps you’re working with and can help you troubleshoot more […]

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What Is Engine Coolant Made Of?

Have you ever had to explain coolant to someone? If so, you may have said something like, “Coolant is a sweet-smelling special blend of liquid that runs through the engine. It absorbs the scorching heat from the engine to keep it at a manageable temperature. Next, it dissipates the heat through the radiator. It also […]

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OEM vs Aftermarket Water Pumps – Sometimes, They’re The Same

Here’s a fun fact: most OEM parts are actually aftermarket brand parts with the automaker’s brand added. Generally, OEM parts aren’t produced by the automaker itself but rather by a contract manufacturer. For example, we (GMB) are an aftermarket brand, but major automakers all over the world hire us to manufacture OEM water pumps. In […]

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Why Consumers Are Skeptical About Timing-Belt Repair

Note: This article was originally published on Counterman.com Many people have a “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality. Not only that, but most timing belts are hidden under an engine cover, so they are “out of sight, out of mind”. It’s no wonder many people don’t really think about replacing their timing belt.

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