View Single Post
Old 7th July 2012, 18:42   #67
swingdjted
DRINK BEER NOW
(Forum King)
 
swingdjted's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Northern West Virginia
Posts: 9,991
Send a message via AIM to swingdjted Send a message via Yahoo to swingdjted
If you do timing belt or timing chain (belt/chain depending on model), it's often recommended that one replace the water pump at the same time, because the labor price is high for each, but it's the same labor, and they have about the same life expectancy, meaning it's a very convenient time to do both to save separate labor costs. If the water pump has already been replaced, then this isn't quite so necessary.

Don't forget to live before you die.
swingdjted is offline   Reply With Quote