|12-18-2009 06:32 PM|
|TDW||Oh yeah... And new tires are happening the next week or two. Dang water pump!|
|12-18-2009 06:31 PM|
|TDW||I paid them to do it. Didnt want to since I just ordered wheels for it. But it is snowing like a MF and I wanted to play in it.|
|12-18-2009 12:53 AM|
|Wyominer||Stu Olson's web site has a good step by step article about changing out a water-pump, which would also include a thermostat. I agree with Clifford, spend the money on tools, if you need them. However, $130.00 is pretty cheap.|
|12-18-2009 12:06 AM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||I'd spend the 130 on new tools and do it myself and have tools left at the end of the job instead of empty pockets.|
|12-18-2009 12:03 AM|
Not bad compared to what a dealer will charge you. $130 for doing it is pretty reasonable.
But it isn't a difficult task to under take with simple hand tools.
There are also several step by step writeups on how to do a water pump replacement. <-- for if you want to tackle it yourself.
|12-17-2009 09:29 PM|
So... I noticed a puddle of anti freeze under the jeep today. Took it to the mechanic next door and he tells me to go get the parts and he will fix it for $130. Needs a new water pump. How bad am I being ravaged?