I dunno, he has been good to me over the past few
years when I needed help. He in fact suggested that I
do this job myself. I was the one that asked how much
he would charge if I had him do it.
I started the car last night and there is some racket
coming from that area that I guess could be classified
as squealing. I haven't checked for side to side
play, but there is some front to back play.
--- Rocky Frisco <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Tom McLaughlin wrote:
> > All,
> > Thanks for the advice. For those that asked, the
> > does not leak, it does not squeal. The mechanic
> > he hears a noise that leads him to believe the
> pump is
> > going out.
> Through what? His unaided ears?? A proper
> When a water-pump starts to go out, it usually
> develops side-play. To
> check for this, you have to loosen the water-pump
> belt and see if
> there's any side-play on the pump shaft. If it's not
> leaking and there's
> no side-play, I suggest the sound he is hearing is
> the cries of a
> thirsty wallet.
> -Rock http://www.rocky-frisco.com
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