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Metrix
1994 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.8L Metrix

P311-46BEE2F    W0133-1623718  New

Qty:
$74.85
Metrix Engine Water Pump
Brand: Metrix
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1994 - Eagle Summit L 1834 112
Metrix
1994 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L Metrix

P311-3752590    W0133-1619391  New

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$73.42
Metrix Engine Water Pump
Brand: Metrix
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1994 - Eagle Summit L 2351 -
NPW
1994 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L NPW

P311-49712F5    W0133-1619391  New

Qty:
$93.35
NPW Engine Water Pump
Brand: NPW
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1994 - Eagle Summit L 2351 -
Metrix
1993 Eagle 2000 GTX Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-3752590    W0133-1619391  New

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$73.42
Metrix Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 06/01/1992-
Brand: Metrix
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1993 - Eagle 2000 GTX Fr:06-01-92
NPW
1993 Eagle 2000 GTX Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-49712F5    W0133-1619391  New

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$93.35
NPW Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 06/01/1992-
Brand: NPW
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1993 - Eagle 2000 GTX Fr:06-01-92
NPW
1990 Eagle Talon Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-42931F7    W0133-1612976  New

Qty:
$92.79
NPW Engine Water Pump
Brand: NPW
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Vehicle
1990 - Eagle Talon
Metrix
1992 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-29DC3B3    W0133-1620653  New

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$73.60
Metrix Engine Water Pump
Brand: Metrix
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1992 - Eagle Summit W
NPW
1992 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-1C1D973    W0133-1620653  New

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$106.42
NPW Engine Water Pump
Brand: NPW
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1992 - Eagle Summit W
Metrix
1993 Eagle 2000 GTX Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-29DC3B3    W0133-1620653  New

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$73.60
Metrix Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -05/31/1992
Brand: Metrix
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1993 - Eagle 2000 GTX To:05-31-92
NPW
1993 Eagle 2000 GTX Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-1C1D973    W0133-1620653  New

Qty:
$106.42
NPW Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -05/31/1992
Brand: NPW
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1993 - Eagle 2000 GTX To:05-31-92
GMB
1991 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-47B893B    W0133-1626492  New

Qty:
$44.90
GMB Engine Water Pump
Brand: GMB
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1991 - Eagle Summit
GMB
1995 Eagle Vision Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.5L GMB

P311-476E79D    W0133-1835883  New

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$53.96
GMB Engine Water Pump
Brand: GMB
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1995 - Eagle Vision V 3497 215
GMB
1997 Eagle Vision Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.5L GMB

P311-476E79D    W0133-1835883  New

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$53.96
GMB Engine Water Pump
  • with 3-Bolt Mounting
Brand: GMB
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1997 - Eagle Vision V 3497 215
AISIN
1993 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.5L AISIN

P311-324C14B    W0133-1626492  New

Qty:
$77.19
AISIN Engine Water Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement
Brand: AISIN
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1993 - Eagle Summit L 1468 90
GMB
1988 Eagle Premier Engine Water Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.5L GMB

P311-1259DBC    110-1080  New

Qty:
$21.93
GMB Engine Water Pump  N/A
  • New Water Pump
  • OE Replacement
Brand: GMB
Position: N/A
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1988 - Eagle Premier L - 150 N/A
GMB
1997 Eagle Talon Engine Water Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.0L GMB

P311-29170DD    120-1300  New

Qty:
$26.00
GMB Engine Water Pump  N/A
  • New Water Pump
  • Product Attributes:
    • Housing Material: Aluminum
    • Hub Height: 2.35
    • Impeller Material: Metal
    • Impeller Rotation: Standard
    • Water Pump Drive Type: Timing Belt
Brand: GMB
Position: N/A
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1997 - Eagle Talon L 1997 122 N/A
GMB
1997 Eagle Talon Engine Water Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.0L GMB

P311-2F00FCE    148-1480  New

Qty:
$28.19
GMB Engine Water Pump  N/A
  • New Water Pump
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Housing Material: Aluminum
    • Hub Height: 3.60
    • Impeller Material: Metal
    • Impeller Rotation: Standard
Brand: GMB
Position: N/A
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1997 - Eagle Talon L 1997 122 N/A
Cardone
1989 Eagle Premier Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L Cardone

P311-45724B0    55-33116  New

Qty:
$27.81
Cardone Engine Water Pump
  • New Water Pump
  • New CARDONE SELECT Water Pump
  • Product Attributes:
    • Duty Rating: Standard
    • E-Waste: No
    • FAQs:
      • After Mounting The Pump On The Vehicle And Running The Engine, The Shaft Broke. The Shaft Was Blue. Does This Mean The Pump Burned Up?
      • Do I Need Identification Off Of The Original Pump To Get The Correct Replacement?
      • For Most Modern Vehicles, Knowing The Engine Size Is Sufficient To Locate The Correct Replacement Water Pump. However, With Some Older Passenger Vehicles And Medium Duty Applications, You May Need An Identification Number That Is Either Stamped On The Ori
      • I Just Replaced The Water Pump And My Engine Is Overheating. Is The Pump Defective?
      • The Engine Overheating Could Be Due To Components Other Than The Water Pump. The Following Steps Should Be Taken Before Checking The Pump. Flush The System. Check Hoses, Clamps And Seals. Check Radiator Cap And Thermostat. Check For Proper And Sufficient
      • The Impeller On My Original Pump Looks Pitted. Is This Caused By Cavitation?
      • The Pump Did Not Burn Up, However The Shaft Broke Due To A Stress Fracture Caused By: Excessively High Temperatures, Improperly Torqued Mounting Bolts, Bent Or Distorted Pulley(s), Cracked Fan Bent, Not Mounted Squarely, Defective Fan Clutch, Improperly T
      • Yes, The Mostly Likely Cause Is Cavitation. When Inlet Pressures Of A Water Pump Fall Below The Design Specifications Due To A Leak Or Inadequate Coolant Levels, Tiny Vapor Bubbles Can Form In The Coolant At The Center Of The Impeller. When Coolant Conta
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% Leak Testing And Hub-pull Testing Ensures Reliable Performance.
      • O.e.-supplied New Unitized Seals Ensure Long-lasting, Trouble-free Performance.
      • The Proper O.e. Specified Bearing Design Is Installed To Meet The Specific Radial And Axial Load Requirements Of Each Application. This Ensures Longer Bearing Life And Reliable Performance.
      • Thermostat Seal And Mounting Gasket Are Supplied For Ease Of Installation (where Applicable).
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
    • Hub Height (in): 2.35
    • Hub Height (mm): 59.56
    • Impeller Vane Quantity: 5
    • Material: Aluminum
    • Mounting Hardware Included: No
    • Number of Hose Connectors: 2
    • Package Contents: Water Pump, Gaskets
    • Product Condition: New
    • Pulley Included: No
    • Rotation: Clockwise
  • Building on decades of experience using reverse engineering to remanufacture automotive pumps, CARDONE engineers have meticulously designed our CARDONE New Water Pumps to match O.E. performance. Each unit is 100% leak and hub-pull tested to ensure reliability. Supplied with O.E.-grade unitized seals, CARDONE New Water Pumps provide O.E. performance you can rely on.
Brand: Cardone
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1989 - Eagle Premier L - 150
GMB
1995 Eagle Summit Engine Water Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 1.5L GMB

P311-33D38BF    148-1170  New

Qty:
$20.21
GMB Engine Water Pump  N/A
  • New Water Pump
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Housing Material: Aluminum
    • Hub Height: 3.64
    • Impeller Material: Metal
    • Impeller Rotation: Standard
Brand: GMB
Position: N/A
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1995 - Eagle Summit L 1468 90 N/A
GMB
1997 Eagle Vision Engine Water Pump - N/A 6 Cyl 3.3L GMB

P311-4C43399    120-1290  New

Qty:
$20.73
GMB Engine Water Pump  N/A
  • New Water Pump
Brand: GMB
Position: N/A
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Position
1997 - Eagle Vision V 3301 201 N/A

Latest Eagle Repair and Water Pump Installation Advice

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water pump for 1996 eagle vision

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Question From rowdy on water pump for 1996 eagle vision

can anyone tell me the location of the water pump so i will know if thats what i need to replace. Engine getting hot, replaced t-stat and coolant, but some water dripping from under bottom middle wheel on bottom on front of engine, Can anyone verify that that is where the water pump is? any help would be helpfull, thank you

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

yes thats where your h2o pump is but those are bad about intakes leaking coolant

95 Eagle Summit Spitting & Sputering

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Question From JBVanHorn on 95 Eagle Summit Spitting & Sputering

I have a 1995 Eagle Summit ESI 1.5 or 1.8

My question or problem is.

When I get to a stop sign or light either one and go to take off I make sure I have the car in first gear and let out on the clutch and start to go, as soon as I give it gas to acclerate it starts to bog down, or while driving the car it feels like there is loss of power or something, and it literaly spits and sputters then clears out and goes, then when I shift it into 2nd gear it does the same thing some times.

I had replaced the water pump and had a mechanic redo the timing on it.

It ran good for about 2 weeks now its acting up again.
Any clues?

Response From chickenhouse Top Rated Answer

Might start by looking at vacuum lines, there could be a leak.

1995 Eagle Vision

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Question From crthompson74 on 1995 Eagle Vision

1995
Eagle
vision
3.5l v6
180,000

has been running fine, there was a slight hesitation the other day when i got on it but no signs of major issues.
this morning the car wont start. It cranks and cranks and tries and I can smell fuel after some cranking but wont start.
I have checked for spark and there is spark. I'm not sure what to check next.
Any help is greatly appreciated.

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

You should check for spark on all cylinders. You also need to check injector pulse with a noid light, and hook a fuel pressure guage up and record the psi. If all looks good, check the valve timing. These timing belts are notorious for failing in the 3.5 liter engines. The water pump bearings and hydraulic belt tensioners are also infamous for failures. Please do all of these checks and post back with the results.

Steve

antifreeze leak

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Question From rayrayx11 on antifreeze leak

i have a 1995 Eagle Talon. my car was overheaving and leaking antifreeze.
i changed the thermostat and now it doesnt over heat but it is still leaking antifreeze.
i dont know from where. i tightened the the top radiator hose and i have a new gasket for the thirmist stat.
i dont know what to do now. HELP!!

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

You simply have to look to see where it's leaking. Is it really leaking or just some left over from that "overheaving" ?? Did any spill while filling it back up?

If still difficult try with engine fully cool/cold drying off any dampness of anti-freeze, or CAREFULLY rinse areas with clean water, let dry and look for source again. Leaks can fool you. Most will be the highest up and furthest forward as the source if it's all over things. If slow - a dental type mirror can see under items like water pump and tougher areas. Anywhere coolant is could leak and even the recovery tank can have a leak.

You are there - I'm here so you have to do the looking

T

Response From Double J

just to add to Tom's post....autozone rents a cooling system pressure tester...
rent one ..just make sure it has the proper adapter for the radiator or surge tank...wherever the pressure cap is on that model....pump it up to system pressure and look for leaks....

post back results.....

JIM

Response From dave284

They sure are a time saver

89 S10 coolant system

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Question From redplate on 89 S10 coolant system

Hi i was wondering if anyone could help me out here.
I own an 1989 S-10, 2wd pick-up with a fuel injected 4.3 v6 and few days ago i was driving it when i had noticed that my temp gauge started to rise above the standard 210 mark. I noticed i had been leaking fluid so i put a bottle of premix in the raditor and proceeded to get home as quick as possible trying to stay away from that dreaded red line on the temp gauge which i did. I noticed that the leak was coming from the water pump's back gasket so i went down to the local store bought a water pump installed and marveld at my accomplishment... I had a feeling i might not be out of the woods yet so i decided to let the new water pump get asscoiated with my truck before i decided to take it for a spin... SO if it did overheat i wouldnt be stranded in the cold minnesota weather. Well after cleaning my garage i went back out to check on the truck that had been running for about 30 minutes (i made a big mess). Anyway the temp gauge read at about 230-240. So i kept trying to put more fluid into it... Finally it couldnt hold anymore... and it still overheated. So i was thinking ok, i have no excess pressure or oil and coolant mixs so it seems a head gasket is out of the question. It seems like the only problem would be the thermostat. If this thing keeps overheating and there is no leakage and the head gasket is ok. Well it must be the thermostat. I then removed the thermostat, tested it and discoved it was jammed up. I then replaced the thermostat and decided hey ill take it for a drive. That was a mistake. It over heated again. I asked around and was told it could be a air bubble and i should burp the coolant system. I just did this an hour or so ago and still overheating and no leakage. So now im thinking well the only thing it could be now is some blockage. The radiator appeared fine but im thinking i was a little too generous with the RTV and clogged the small port on the water pump. Im gonna get on that after this but i was wondering if anyone here had some useful ideas. Im stumped. Im hoping that removing the water pump again will reveal the problem but if not i will be completely stumped.

On another note the belts seem to be operating without a hitch and apparently this water pump is unmistakable as a chevy water pump i brought it in and everyone in the store was like "CHEVY WATER PUMP!". I believe its the same as the 350's water pump.

Response From tut2261

Was the old t-stat intact? If it fell apart it would cause a blockage. No punt intended. Did you install the t-stat correctly?
Was the coolant discolored? Before you replaced the waterpump.
Is it smoking from the tail pipe? If so smell it. If it is burning coolant it will smell sweet.
The 4.3 liter is notoirous for lower intake leaks. Resulting in coolant in the oil and or an external leak.
If you think there is a blockage. Drian the system. Remove the upper and lower radiator hoses, put a garden hose into the top hose and see what comes out the lower and how fast. This will tell you if the radiator is plugged. You can also do this to the engine. To try on the engine use the heater hoses, remove them from the heater core. It would problibly be a good thing to do anyway do to it excessivly over heating.
You could still have an air pocket. Too remove all air, leave to radiator cap off with the engine cold, fill to the top, start the engine, alow to run, it will over flow as it heats up when the level goes down re-fill it and install the radiator cap.(If this does not happen you have a flow problem) Now hold the RPMS to about 1500 and watch the temp gauge if it goes up and drops back down all the air is in the radiator. shut the engine off and allow to cool then topp off the fluid level.

Response From redplate Top Rated Answer

thanks for the help...

i have let the system run with the cap off and i did check the coolant as well... I allready had a head gasket go about a year ago. Thats why i keep and eagle eye on the temp levels and oil pressure. I dont want to ever fix that again. I did take the new thermo out again and it was open as i took it out at a warm temp since i was running it to burp it threw heater hose that comes out of the intake and goes to the firewall. I do plan on running a garden hose through the radiator but i need to rig up something to sink do to the fact that the fridgid winter does not alow an outdoor faucet. And tail pipe... LOL. What tail pipe? a 89 s10 in minnesota is a rust bucket weather you like it or not... Its my winter and work vechile. But i did not notice a sweet smell from the exhaust... I took the water pump off again and it looked like the rtv was a little crazy i also took off the back plate on the pump to make sure it was intact internally... Im gonna apply a more conservitive amount of rtv and try it again...

Once again thanks guys... ill update you guys on the progress...

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I don't think thermostat should have been open when you re-checked it. They usually close up fast.

The RTV: Try with gaskets just using enough to stick the gasket(s) and a smear of grease on the side going to the engine which makes it lots easier if you back there again for any reason, T

Response From redplate

well i just finished reintstalling the pump... (I used toms method of using rtv) while disassembling it i noticed the dreaded brown sludge... im also getting bubbles coming up through the open rad cap... Im pretty sure whatever the problem was it has gotten to a new level and im pretty sure the head gasket is shot... Im pretty sure the reason for this is my father red lining it cause he automaticly assumed it was fixed... I didnt have sludge in the coolant before and i also had no bubbles coming up through the raditor as well.

well thanks again for your help guys... Ill keep updating you on the information... It sounds like its time to sell my toy cuttlass and buy a real car.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If the sludge in cooling system is thick it won't cool well. Head gasket is suspected and flush out cooling system at the same time.

Bubbles in radiator for a while you refill the system but them stop, T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What temps are you dealing with? The radiator and the thermostat are still in question even though it's a new thermostat.

Just at idle let it warm up and feel the cold upper rad hose. When thermostat opens it will get hot as expected. Fans need to work properly. You can run the heat full blast and feel it. If it goes cold on you may be low on coolant or boiling coolant won't heat the vehicle either.

The 4.3 is a pretty tough engine but don't let this persist, T