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Should You Replace a Diesel Water Pump Before It Fails?

This article was originally published on FleetEquipmentMag.com. Water pumps are touchy. Some only go 50k miles before they fail, and some are still running perfectly after a million. But if one fails when you’re driving down the road, they can be a major headache to repair. Not to mention the risk of engine damage. Does […]

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Warm Weather Maintenance For All Seasons

This article was originally published on AftermarketNews.com. Water pump failure can happen at any time during the year. Depending on the season, your customer may see different symptoms, and not understand the root cause. We’ll point out below a couple of symptoms that vary with the season, and some that stay the same all year […]

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Why Electric Vehicles Need Water Pumps Too

This article was originally published on AftermarketNews.com. If social media is to be believed, millions of consumers believe that electric vehicles (EVs) don’t have any moving parts. Obviously, this isn’t true. EVs have plenty of moving parts, including water pumps. In fact, many EVs have more water pumps than internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs)!

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How To Explain Water Pump Failure To a Customer

When a water pump fails, the results can be catastrophic. For this reason, it’s often in a consumer’s best interest to replace a water pump at the first sign of trouble. However, consumers aren’t always aware of the importance of a water pump, nor are they always familiar with water pump failure modes. To help […]

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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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