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had timing belt & water pump changed then changed garages. new guy checked belt & pump. they are OEM parts. new guy says belt & pump could not have been changed. they are OEM parts & OEM parts for a subaru just don't exist 7 years after the car was made. new guy says the 'job' (replacing belt & pump) was a put on. could he be right? if so, i'm out $358!!! ...
Hi! I own a 1999 Toyota Camry sedan. It has 88,000 miles on it. As I understand it is recommended that the timing belt be replaced at 90,000, the dealer said that to "save money" I should have the water pump replaced at the same time. Could I wait until perhaps, 100,000 miles to replace the timing belt? Would it matter? Thanks!
What would cause overheating in bumper to bumper traffic or frequent starts and idling due to heavy inner city traffic. The thermostat, surge tank, radiator, and water pump have all been changed.(it is a 2000 Chevrolet Malibu)
i need a water pump for a 1993 corsica. can i drive safely for acouple of days until its fixed?
I have a Nissan/Sentra 89 and is heating hot, my husband removed thermostat to keep it cool (2 years ago) is getting hot again, I guess is the water pump no working good because if i drive the needle can be in right level but if i am in a red a light the needle start going up. Is there a way to know if the water pump not working good? I don't think it is ...
I have a 2000 Honda Accord with 138,000 miles on it. It's going strong, but I wonder, with its age, should I replace things ahead of time to prevent breakdown? Like a water pump, or fuel filter. I know it needs a timing belt after 100,000 miles. Anything else other than regular things like tires?
a reasonable price to change the timing belt and water pump on a toyota camry 1995 140000miles

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