Recommended For Your 2000 Ford Truck Explorer 2WDRemove Vehicle
With a failed water pump, you might as well call your boss and tell her you won't be in for a while. Your vehicle's water pump is a basic centrifugal pump, driven by a belt connected to the crankshaft of the engine that circulates fluid when your engine is running. If it stops working, your engine doesn't receive the necessary fluid to run properly. Fortunately, your local AutoZone carries an assortment of water pumps specifically for your vehicle, so you can have it replaced in a jiffy.
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- Part Number: MCK1012
Cooling Sys Kit-NEW.
*Water Pump, Fan Clutch, Gaskets and Hardware included. *Replaces and restores engine cooling power components. *Matched set for this vehicles application. *Water Pump and Fan Clutch share the same shaft. *Product meets or exceeds OE quality
- Part Number: CWP-747
- Notes: Pump is driven off the accessory belt. It is highly recommended that the fan clutch be replaced at the same time as the water pump. ***Extended life antifreeze is highly recommended with this aluminum pump***.
- Part Number: CVC-747
- Notes: Pump is driven off the accessory belt. It is highly recommended that the fan clutch be replaced at the same time as the water pump. ***Extended life antifreeze is highly recommended with this aluminum pump***. 12 months of warranty
- Part Number: L58-390H
- Notes: Optional severe duty pump
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Your vehicle's water pump is an essential component of your engine, responsible for consistently pumping it with water and coolant so it doesn't overheat. There are many signs that your water pump isn't functioning properly. First, be cautious of a faulty bearing or a leak in your water pump. This can cause serious damage to your vehicle's engine and you'll be out more than just the replacement of the pump.
Another sign that your water pump isn't operating correctly is when puddles of water or coolant appear underneath your vehicle. If this occurs, you may need to replace your water pump immediately. High temperature readings can also indicate that it's time to replace your water pump. It's always best to consult a local AutoZone technician or your trusted mechanic to be sure.
Additionally, if your water pump is making more noise than usual, it could be from a defective impeller or an impeller that's no longer correctly attached to its drive shaft. These four indicators can be very useful if you can diagnose the symptoms early. Otherwise, you could seriously damage your engine if you're unable to replace the water pump on your own.
Whether you're looking for a water pump replacement for Ford Explorer SUVs, a Dodge Dakota water pump or a pump for your sporty sedan, AutoZone has them all. Stop by your local store and ask an AutoZoner for tips about replacing your water pump or order online and receive Free Shipping on purchases of $75 or more.
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