About Toyota Water Pump
Your Toyota water pump holds the critical task of circulating the coolant from the engine to the radiator and back, to deter any potential engine overheating. It is made with a bladed impeller that moves the coolant through the pump and directly through the engine block to keep it at a cool temperature as well. As long as your water pump continues to pump the right amounts of coolant through without leaking, your engine temperatures should maintain at the proper levels. The pump will be located on one side of the engine block.
If you notice a puddle of coolant beneath your engine where your water pump is located, it is likely time to change out that pump! To change a water pump is a moderate job and will require some specialized tools and knowledge to safely complete water pump replacement. Be sure to buy a new Toyota water pump so you know that you are installing a part which was specially engineered for your vehicle. A water pump which has stopped pumping or that has cracked can result in coolant loss which could lead to an overheating engine or failure. It is recommended that most water pumps be replaced between every 60,000 and 100,000 miles.
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