Sorry I wasn't paying attention to your question. The very first
repair I made on my '76B was after a long drive and as we reached our
residential area I heard this horrid noise and after stopping, a
puddle formed under the car in the
driveway. Larry Macy drove about 90 miles from his home on a cold and
rainy Sunday morn in his Midget with his 6' scarf blowing in the wind to
diagnose in about 5 minutes the blown water pump.
Hope it is as simple for you,
On Wed, 19 Sep
2001, James Schulte wrote:
> Thanks. That's exactly what my brother suggested and he's a mechanic.
> I'm going to try it friday after work. If it's the water pump I have a
> spare. But if it's anything else I'm screwed for the show on saturday
> in Hatboro, PA.
> Kevin Sullivan wrote:
> >Another thing you could try is to remove the fan belt.
> >If the noise is still there, it is NOT anything driven by the fan belt.
> >Otherwise, it is.
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