Mazda 626 Water Pump Replacement


Replacing a water pump requires the removal and replacement of a number of other car components. Learn about replacing a water pump on a Mazda 626 from an auto mechanic in this free car repair video series.

Series Summary

The all-important water pump shoots coolant through the your car's cooling system. It's a simple centrifugal pump driven by a belt connected to the crankshaft of the engine. The pump circulates fluid whenever the engine is running. Water pumps fail with some regularity, so you can expect to replace yours sometime before 100,000 miles, if not sooner. In this free video series, an auto mechanic will demonstrate how to remove and replace a water pump in a Mazda 626. In addition to removing the water pump, steps for removing other engine parts will be covered, including the removal of the timing belt and lower motor mount. Finally, replacement of the water pump, timing belt and pulley will be explained and exhibited, as well as tips for cleaning the housing of the water pump.

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