What are the Common Signs of Failing Water Pump

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The water pump is a sophisticated component in which the water is circulated in direct proportion to the engine temperature. The hotter water assists more with cooling as it gets pumped faster. If the water pump becomes defective, you will spot the temperature of the engine going higher than normal. A failed water pump can make the ride unsafe. Well, replacing the water pump timely will prevent the engine from undergoing irreplaceable damages.

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WHAT ARE THE COMMON SIGNS OF A FAILING WATER PUMP?

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Engine needs a consistent flow of coolant supplied from the radiator.

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Water pump is responsible for maintaining the coolant flow.

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When the water pump of the car runs properly, then it will provide: Consistent operating temperature Run smoothly Make the drive safer

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When the water pump fails, it can lead to complete engine failure.

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Here are the common signs of a failed water pump in your car.

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COOLANT LEAK Water pump is comprised of multiple gaskets and seals to keep: Coolant contained Consistent flow of coolant

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When the gaskets and seals will wear out, dry up or crack, then:

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COOLANT LEAK FROM THE WATER PUMP

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DROP TO THE GROUND

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CORROSION OF WATER PUMP Leakage will cause different minerals to build up around the pump.

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Regular leakage of the water pump will cause several issues in the car:

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SLOW DOWN THE ENGINE COOLING

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CONTAMINATED PUMP SURFACE

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NON-COMPATIBLE COOLANT MIXTURE

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SMALL HOLE IN THE METAL FROM CORROSION

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CAVITIES ON THE MOUNTING SURFACE

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VAPOR BUBBLES IN THE COOLANT LIQUID

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WATER PUMP MAKING NOISE Loose belt will create a harmonic buzzing or whining sound in the car.

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Loose belt is commonly caused by a loose pulley or wears a water pump.

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OVERHEATED ENGINE If the water pump fails, it unable to circulate coolant through the engine.

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As a result, it will lead to engine overheating and may lead to: Additional engine damage Cracked cylinder head Pushed head gaskets Burnt pistons

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STEAM FROM RADIATOR Steam coming from the front motor is a sign of an overheated engine.

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When the water pump works correctly, the engine maintains its temperature.

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CONCLUSION When you notice any of these signs, contact your local certified mechanic.

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Repair or replace the water pump to get back the car onto the road.

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