How to Change the Water Body Pump of Car

Water body of car is very necessary part of car. It is pump Like human body is needed water for many purpose. But one of main purpose is to cool our human body. Some water is needed for engine to cool the engine. So, through water body, water supply to whole engine which keep it cool. It is also called water jacket. Following are the Main Steps of Changing the Water Body of a Car. 

1. Disconnect Battery:  First you have to stop the electric supply by disconnect the battery. 

2. Buy Second hand Water Body Pump: Go to car scrap shop and say you need water body of your car (name of your car model) 

You need following tools 

Coolant: You'll need new coolant to refill the cooling system after the replacement.

Drain Pan: To catch and dispose of the old coolant properly.

Socket and Wrench Set: Commonly used sizes for removing bolts and nuts.

Screwdrivers: Flathead and Phillips-head screwdrivers for various tasks.

Pliers: Regular pliers and hose clamp pliers (if necessary).

Gasket Scraper or Razor Blade: To remove the old gasket material from the engine block and water pump housing.

Torque Wrench: To ensure that you tighten the water pump bolts to the manufacturer's specifications.

Funnel: For pouring coolant back into the radiator.

Jack and Jack Stands or Ramps: To safely lift and support the front of the vehicle (if required).

Please note that the specific tools you need may vary depending on your car's make and model, and some vehicles may have additional components that need to be removed to access the water pump.

Here are the general steps to replace a water body pump:

1. Ensure the engine is cool and the vehicle is on a level surface.

2. Drain the coolant from the radiator into a drain pan.

3. Access the water pump by removing any components that obstruct it (e.g., serpentine belt, fan shroud).

4. Remove the bolts securing the old water body pump to the engine.

5. Carefully remove the old water body pump and clean the mating surface on the engine block.

6. Install the second hand water body pump ( New is very costly but second hand in good condition is cheap)  with a new gasket or O-ring (if required).

8. Tighten the water pump bolts to the manufacturer's specifications using a torque wrench.

9. Reassemble any components you removed earlier.

10. Refill the cooling system with fresh coolant.

11. Reconnect the battery.

Start the engine and check for any leaks or issues.

If you will get success to follow this step, you can save your Rs. 500 for car mechanic fees. 

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