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2005 Chrysler Sebring Engine Water Pump NPW

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P311-55F8325    W0133-1672932  New

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1984 - Chrysler Laser
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1998 Chrysler Intrepid Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.2L GMB

P311-4830220    W0133-1668803  New

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1998 - Chrysler Intrepid V 3200 197
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1998 Chrysler Intrepid Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 2.7L GMB

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1998 - Chrysler Intrepid V 2700 167
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2008 Chrysler Sebring Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 2.7L GMB

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1995 Chrysler LHS Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-476E79D    W0133-1835883  New

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1997 Chrysler Concorde Engine Water Pump GMB

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.3L GMB

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2008 - Chrysler Town & Country V 3301 201
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1998 Chrysler Intrepid Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.2L Metrix

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1999 Chrysler 300M Engine Water Pump Metrix

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2005 Chrysler Pacifica Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.5L Metrix

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2005 - Chrysler Pacifica V 3497 215
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2007 Chrysler 300 Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 2.7L GMB

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1992 Chrysler LeBaron Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L GMB

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1992 - Chrysler LeBaron L 2507 153
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2009 Chrysler 300 Engine Water Pump 8 Cyl 5.7L GMB

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2005 Chrysler 300 Engine Water Pump 8 Cyl 6.1L Gates

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2005 Chrysler Pacifica Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.5L GMB

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2002 Chrysler Sebring Engine Water Pump AISIN

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2002 Chrysler Sebring Engine Water Pump NPW

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1975 Chrysler Cordoba Engine Water Pump GMB

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Latest Chrysler Repair and Water Pump Installation Advice

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Question From chaneyclan on water pump

Have a 2002 chrysler town and country 3.8 litre engine. While taking water pump off, i broke two of the bolts and cannot get them out. Any suggestions? Cannot reach them with an easy out or drill.
It is the top one and the bottom one, 3 left.

Response From zmame Top Rated Answer

I would suggest welding a nut on to the remaining bolt if it's flush or protruding a little first (if possible). If that fails then I would drill it out.

Response From Discretesignals

Those are a PITA. Had one 2 weeks ago that the customer attempted to replace the water pump and snapped off three bolts. The puny 6mmx1.0 bolts that break are usually mechanically welded because the holes they screw into aren't blind. The end of the bolts are exposed to the weather and due to dissimilar metal contact they weld themselves to the aluminium.

You can probably get a right angle drill in there, but forget about using an easy out. The best thing to do is drill out the broken bolt(s) making the hole one size bigger and re-tapping it for a larger bolt. I suggest using studs and nuts instead of bolts as a replacement fastener. If you can get the cover off and on a drill press, your holes will be a lot prettier and you won't have to worry about a hand held drill walking off the broken bolt.

On the vehicle we repaired, we ended up removing the timing cover to drill out the broken bolts.

Response From Sidom

Those can be accessed with a drill. A 90 degree drill will get in there or you can take a motor mount loose and raise or lower the engine to make it more accessable for a regular drill.

If the bolt were just plain rusted & not crossthreaded, it would be best to soak them with PB penetrating oil for a while. While not easy to find, a lefthanded drill bit works real good on broken rusty bolts since it is spinning in the opposite direction, I have had ones just pull the bolt out I was drill after a good soaking. You want make sure you center punch the bolt so the bit is drilling the exact center of the bolt because if the bit doesn't get it out & an ez out doesn't work either then you last option is to drill the bolt out & insert a heli-coil.

Good luck......one thing to consider, if you don't have the proper tools to do this, it would be best to tow it to a place that does because once you start drilling & tapping, if you aren't exact, you might just wind up costing yourself double, triple or more if you do have to take it to a shop.
Removing broken bolts is bad enough but when someone has gone in and messed it up, it makes it way harder and the labor price usually reflects that....

1992 chrysler mini van 4 cyl manual water pump

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Question From cbr651192 on 1992 chrysler mini van 4 cyl manual water pump

need some advice on R & R water pump on this van looks like timing gear has to be removed what is involved in that looks tough and will i mess up timing is there anyway to just loosen middle bolt on that gear to get access to the last bolt on the water pump if not how complicated is this what has to be removed when i started this i figured a water pump how hard can it be ,i cant believe an auto maker would do this its a freaking water pump why would they put it behind the timing belt what idiots

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

If this is a 2.2 or 2.5Lt, you don’t have to touch the timing belt to do the water pump. You do have to remove the AC compressor, alternator and their aluminum bracket; that’s to gain access to the water pump housing. After removing the housings retaining bolts you remove the housing and pump as an assembly. Change the pump and housing seal on the bench and then reassemble.
Yes if you remove the timing belt you’ll have to reset valve and intermediate shaft timing.
Dan.

2000 cirrus water pump

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Question From yelrambob on 2000 cirrus water pump

2000
chrysler
cirrus
2.4L V6

I will be replacing my water pump this weekend and when I re-assemble the parts should I use a form a gasket number 2 on the paper gasket. I've ben looking I've been looking all over the place and I have come up with two contradictory answers one says yes the other says no anyone with some insight.

Response From Discretesignals

2.4L V-6? 2.4L is a 4 banger.

I'd use the gasket that comes with the water pump.

Response From yelrambob

thanks thats helpful i was considering using 3m weather stripping to hold the gasket in place that looks like the best option

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I find it a much neater job to use spray adhesive to hold the gasket to the pump and silicone on the engine side of the gasket. that way when removed the gasket will remain on the pump and not have to be sanded off the engine.

Response From yelrambob

Thanks also if you dont mind what silicone sealer would you be using for this

Response From Discretesignals

That is usually what I do. I take the pump and put some 3M on it to hold the gasket in place. I don't think I have seen a water pump that used only gasket maker from the factory. Nissan and Toyota likes to use gasket maker on thermostat housings, but even they use gaskets or o-rings on their pumps.

1996 Chrysler Sebring overheating

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Question From Srbrown on 1996 Chrysler Sebring overheating

I have a 1996 Chrysler Sebring that is overheating.. I would hear it bubbling but the gauge never showed it as hot only midway. I put on new thermostat still did the same thing I then put on new radiator, still runs hot but now gauge shows it running hot but after it overflows and cools off it is still full of water. What do I have or check next? Please help me this car only has 95000 miles on it. lol

Response From Tom Greenleaf

1st you should be using a mix of antifreeze and water not just water. You say you hear it and doesn't show loss of level so doesn't add up to me quite yet on that. Now with new thermostat and radiator is apparently overheating suggests it isn't really full of coolant. It must be full at the radiator first then when known full at reservoir which can be tough to do and may not have a fill cap at radiator so require extra efforts up to vacuum fill sometimes.


Fans must come on if really hot enough. If this uses a hose to recovery tank and pressure cap is on that tank with a leak in that hose it will not draw in coolant and might bubble hot to that tank but not draw back coolant when it cools as it should.


Must know fans work, coolant full for real and a pressure test that holds (engine off) for a reasonable amount of time. If not find out where it's leaking. If it holds and truly filled with fans then move on to know if it's really flowing thru upper hose to radiator and returning cooler coolant and the real temp with an IR thermometer knowing where what temps should be where and if they are.


At some point start checks for combustion gasses getting into cooling system and things that suggest a head gasket problem.


Avoid real overheating in any case as no vehicle is exempt from serious problem from that alone,


T

Response From Srbrown Top Rated Answer

It was my water pump replaced that and all is well

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Wow - Over a year later and you now say it's fixed and hope long ago.
I'll close thread as solved to keep spammers out. YOU can ask any moderator to re-open it upon request,


T

Response From Discretesignals

Better late than never. Thanks for following up on this.

Response From Srbrown

Oh and yes the fan does come on

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You are probably really overheating so whatever the original cause head gasket(s) easily fail and expect it. They do NOT have to put coolant in oil or blow coolant out exhaust to be bad. Any which way they seal could leak.


Hey - mix of antifreeze you wouldn't know now except for checking what freeze protection it's at now and look at locked chart up top of this section and you'll then know what it is.


99.9 % or so call for a 50/50 mix which gets you -34F protection. Some cases (not likely) will call for weaker mix or stronger if subject to extraordinarily cold temps for Winter. Way too strong in very hot climates is not good. Antifreeze itself/alone does not transfer heat well which is why it is mixed,


T

Response From Srbrown

We'll guess I'll take it to shop and get a pressure test. What exactly do I need to ask for?

Response From Hammer Time

What you would ask for is a correct diagnosis for overheating. Don't tell the shop hop to do their job.

Response From Srbrown

Thank you I am so scared its a head gasket but I have seen no evidence of any thing in the oil when I check it. When I release pressure valve on radiator cap the water goes to the overflow container and the temp gauge goes down. Of course when it cools the water goes back into radiator but I will check to see if the water antifreeze ratio is correct. Once again thank you.

Chrylser 3.5l wont rev over 2500

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Question From lloyddross on Chrylser 3.5l wont rev over 2500

I have a 2004 Chrysler Concorde LXI with 70000 miles. It has a 3.5 litre V6 engine which will not rev over 2500 RPMs and the check engine light is on. This started when I was driving using the cruise control and hit the Accel button to increase speed. It seems like it is governing itself to the 2500 rpm mark. Any ideas?

Response From lloyddross Top Rated Answer

Codes are P300 and P0016. Suggested repairs are timing belt, new spark plugs, new water pump and a flush and fill. Total $1200. I presume flush and fill would be change of coolant when replacing water pump. Don't have the car in front of me but most water pumps fail by leaking and is unrelated to timing, plugs etc. Unless that engine has an electric drive water pump? Any further ideas.

Response From Hammer Time

Don't have the car in front of me but most water pumps fail by leaking and is unrelated to timing, plugs etc

The water pump is driven by the timing belt so common sense would be to change it at the same time. If the water pump fails at a later date, not only will you have to do the job all over but serious engine damage could occur if it causes the timing belt to come off.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I thought that's how that engine is set up. New water pump would be suggested and I would in this engine as Hammer said you are back to square ONE if it failed or worse!

T

Response From lloyddross

Thanks, fellows. Replaced the timing belt and the water pump while they were in there. Seems like they thought the plugs should be replaced solely on age of car and mileage and the fact they were the original plugs. Anyway, it seems to be running fine. LLoyd

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sounds like responsible work Lloyd. Enjoy not worrying about it for a while.

I'll close thread as fixed/done, keeps spammers out and you may ask any moderator to reopen it at your request,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Random misfires w cam and crank sensors out of sync would likely be a neglected or plain failed timing belt which I believe also runs the water pump in this engine so it would be suggested. If jumped a tooth you are on borrowed time and have been!

Many engines either can't (if all timing info is off) go over a certain RPM or default to a limp mode limiting RPMs.

FYI - water pumps can fail in a few different ways not just leak. It wouldn't be advised not to change coolant and plugs, probably oil and some other things possible. Pricing is local by your exact shop and area so can't say that's out of line at all. For some it will save your engine if not done!

I wouldn't wait with this and running it anymore is AYOR,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Get the code(s) read first and post the #s and let's go from there,

T