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Dayco
2008 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Dayco

P311-5E0E183    DP277  New

Qty:
Brand: Dayco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2008 - Mini Cooper L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1598
Febi
2015 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Febi

P311-5033049    33959  New

Qty:
$59.29
Febi Engine Water Pump
Brand: Febi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Engine Designation
2015 - Mini Cooper S N18B16A
Febi
2016 Mini Cooper Paceman Engine Water Pump Febi

P311-5033049    33959  New

Qty:
$59.29
Febi Engine Water Pump
  • R61
Brand: Febi
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Vehicle
2016 - Mini Cooper Paceman
Airtex
2016 Mini Cooper Paceman Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Airtex

P311-371541E    AW6244  New

Qty:
$52.79
Airtex Engine Water Pump
  • Engine Water Pump
  • The Airtex New Water Pump features all new, original equipment-quality components for proper fit and long-life performance. Each pump includes heavy-duty unitized bearings, pressed-on hubs, precision machined housings, unitized seals and optimal impeller clearance, plus all new water pumps are 100% factory tested to assure the highest quality product. Each unit is built to meet or exceed all Original Equipment specifications and is validated for fit, form, and function. Also, application specific design to ensure a perfect fit and correct operation for unsurpassed quality that you can trust.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2016 - Mini Cooper Paceman L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1598
Airtex
2008 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Airtex

P311-2047EFF    AW9474  New

Qty:
$66.74
Airtex Engine Water Pump
  • Engine Water Pump
  • The Airtex New Water Pump features all new, original equipment-quality components for proper fit and long-life performance. Each pump includes heavy-duty unitized bearings, pressed-on hubs, precision machined housings, unitized seals and optimal impeller clearance, plus all new water pumps are 100% factory tested to assure the highest quality product. Each unit is built to meet or exceed all Original Equipment specifications and is validated for fit, form, and function. Also, application specific design to ensure a perfect fit and correct operation for unsurpassed quality that you can trust.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
2008 - Mini Cooper Naturally Aspirated L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1600
Airtex
2008 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Airtex

P311-2F75C52    AW6001  New

Qty:
$98.31
Airtex Engine Water Pump
  • Engine Water Pump
  • The Airtex New Water Pump features all new, original equipment-quality components for proper fit and long-life performance. Each pump includes heavy-duty unitized bearings, pressed-on hubs, precision machined housings, unitized seals and optimal impeller clearance, plus all new water pumps are 100% factory tested to assure the highest quality product. Each unit is built to meet or exceed all Original Equipment specifications and is validated for fit, form, and function. Also, application specific design to ensure a perfect fit and correct operation for unsurpassed quality that you can trust.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
2008 - Mini Cooper Supercharged L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1600
Beck Arnley
2015 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Beck Arnley

P311-40CC1AF    131-2479  New

Qty:
$97.90
Beck Arnley Engine Water Pump
  • WATER PUMP
  • Metal Impeller
  • Beck/Arnley parts meet foreign nameplate OE specifications for form, fit and function. Our product specialists work with a network of global sourcing partners so you can install the right part with confidence.
Brand: Beck Arnley
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Mini Cooper L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1598
Beck Arnley
2008 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Beck Arnley

P311-3585A22    131-2369  New

Qty:
$63.26
Beck Arnley Engine Water Pump
  • WATER PUMP
  • Resin Impeller
  • Beck/Arnley parts meet foreign nameplate OE specifications for form, fit and function. Our product specialists work with a network of global sourcing partners so you can install the right part with confidence.
Brand: Beck Arnley
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
2008 - Mini Cooper Supercharged L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1600
Cardone
2002 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Cardone - New Water Pump

P311-076BF7D    55-83528  New

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Qty:
$111.29
Cardone Engine Water Pump
  • New Water Pump
  • Product Attributes:
    • Duty Rating: Standard
    • 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).
    • Hub Height (in): 6.42
    • Hub Height (mm): 162.94
    • Package Contents: Water Pump, Gaskets
    • Product Condition: New
    • Pulley Type: V Belt/multi-groove
    • Rotation: Counter-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
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Mini Cooper Naturally Aspirated L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1600
GMB
2007 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L GMB

P311-2C7132F    115-2250  New

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Qty:
$48.05
GMB Engine Water Pump
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Body Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mini Cooper W11B16A Convertible L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1600
Graf
2006 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Graf

P311-23D8C09    W0133-2065973  New

Qty:
$117.29
Graf Engine Water Pump
Brand: Graf
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
2006 - Mini Cooper Supercharged
Metrix
2002 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-23E9725    W0133-1665888  New

Qty:
$90.70
Metrix Engine Water Pump
  • Remanufactured
Brand: Metrix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
2002 - Mini Cooper Naturally Aspirated
Geba
2006 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Geba

P311-046974C    W0133-1665888  New

Qty:
$202.40
Geba Engine Water Pump
  • Remanufactured
Brand: Geba
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
2006 - Mini Cooper Naturally Aspirated
Metrix
2006 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-23E9725    W0133-1665888  New

Qty:
$90.70
Metrix Engine Water Pump
Brand: Metrix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
2006 - Mini Cooper Naturally Aspirated
Graf
2007 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Graf

P311-4F658C8    W0133-1974901  New

Qty:
$67.83
Graf Engine Water Pump
  • Includes Gasket
Brand: Graf
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body
2007 - Mini Cooper Hatchback
Geba
2007 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Geba

P311-0F4DFD4    W0133-1974901  New

Qty:
$83.70
Geba Engine Water Pump
  • Includes Gasket
Brand: Geba
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body
2007 - Mini Cooper Hatchback
Graf
2015 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Graf

P311-4F658C8    W0133-1974901  New

Qty:
$67.83
Graf Engine Water Pump
Brand: Graf
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Mini Cooper L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1598
Geba
2015 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Geba

P311-0F4DFD4    W0133-1974901  New

Qty:
$83.70
Geba Engine Water Pump
Brand: Geba
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Mini Cooper L 4 Cyl 1.6L - 1598
Graf
2015 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump 3 Cyl 1.5L Graf

P311-1877CB8    W0133-2035078  New

Qty:
$102.07
Graf Engine Water Pump
  • Pump Only
  • Includes Pulley
Brand: Graf
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Mini Cooper L 3 Cyl 1.5L - 1499
Graf
2018 Mini Cooper Engine Water Pump Graf

P311-1877CB8    W0133-2035078  New

Qty:
$102.07
Graf Engine Water Pump
  • Incl.Pulley
  • Includes Pulley
Brand: Graf
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2018 - Mini Cooper

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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.

temperature fluctuating '02 chevorlet venture mini van

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Question From claytoon on temperature fluctuating '02 chevorlet venture mini van

2002 chevorlet venture minivan with the 3.4l V6 180 000km. My 02 chevorlet venture mini van had the head gasket changed at 60 000km about three years ago. A couple of days ago the cab heat started fluctuating from time to time but the engine temp guage stayed where it should be. Last night while driving home the cab heat fluctuated again but this time the engine temp needle climbed very quickly to the red just as we pulled in the driveway. Could this be the thermostat , an air lock or a water pump or could this be the head gasket again?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You have air in the system likely due to a leak. have the cooling system pressure tested to find the leak.

Radiators!

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Question From Dodgegirl94 on Radiators!

Ok, A friend of mine is completely flat broke. She needs mechanical help and she asked me. I know nooottthhinnnnggg about radiators. Nada. Zip. Zilch.

History: About a month ago this friends Mini Van had a MAJOR leak, she took it to the mechanic and he put a water pump in. Recently the leak came back (she didn't tell me when) its only on long drives, and now she wants to try that radiator leak fix...stuff...that you can buy.

Actual reason for this post: What can you tell me about radiators? What do I look for that shows it needs to be replaced? The fins, if they're really worn down, lots of rust? The area of the leak? I've tried googling this but I've seriously come up with absolutely.freaking.nothing.

Second question: My truck started making a winding/humming noise when I put it in reverse. How bad is that?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Type of vehicles and model years would help. Most radiators if the actual leak simply need a new radiator. Forget sealers as that will just cause it to clog and more problems later and still need the new radiator.

If a real old car radiators can be fixed, anything near newer they really can't and not practical vs a new one.

If you know as you said "nothing" about cars and repair why are you taking this on?

One car per thread please. Start another with the other,

T

Response From Dodgegirl94

It's a '97 Plymouth voyager. And I'm taking it on because she has no money and I have the resources. I had helped her before with some problems but I just gave her ideas on where to start. She asked me to help so I'm trying.
I mean it can't really be that hard, right?

Response From Hammer Time

Sealer is a very bad idea. All it does is plug up radiators and heater cores and make your problem worse than it already is. Seriously, if she can't afford to repair it correctly, she just needs to park the car until she can. There is no such thing as "Mechanic in a Can". You really should have it diagnose properly first to make sure you are even on the right track with a radiator.

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

I bought the exact same vehicle for my girl. Last guy dumped that garbage in it. Didn't seal the leak, that had to get fixed anyway, but plugged the heater core up so come winter it could barely defrost the windows. If you think a radiator is expensive, try doing the heater core plus the radiator you need anyway.

A pressure test will reveal the cause of the leak. If the hoses are original or looking rough you will need to replace them as well. They aren't pricey and will save a lot of trouble down the road.

With HT here, never use crap in a can and if you can't afford to fix it you will need to park it until repairs can be made.

By the way, absolutely do not use straight water in the cooling system because antifreeze costs so much more. I could show you a $1400 headgasket job I have in my driveway where straight water ate through it. You could buy a lot of antifreeze for $1400.

Response From Dodgegirl94

Ok! No sealer!!! Yiikkkeeesss!! Why is it still on the market if it's that bad? And I had a good half hour lesson on radiators from a mechanic friend, he backs up the "no sealer" idea. So, I'm looking at hoses, rust, the transistor, and the radiator cap. Thanks everyone for your input!!!

Response From Hammer Time

Yiikkkeeesss!! Why is it still on the market if it's that bad?


Because someone will buy it and someone will make money selling it and that's all it takes.

There is no "USDA" for auto parts and additives.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Especially the large parts outlet chain stores there's a whole isle dedicated to junk that either won't work or be harmful. If it sells they sell it. Buyer beware.

There are a couple snake oil things that can help certain issues all depending on the problem. Cure a problem for a car out of a can/bottle of something - NO! The bad part is many cause a lot of extra problems - that's unfair,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Yes it could be hard if you are thinking of doing this yourself. First you need to verify that it's bad at all. If you can't plain see it a pressure test should reveal it. You can just check the site of popular parts outlets for what a radiator is worth if it will need it. Factor new antifreeze in also. If sent out parts would be higher than doing it yourself.

The potential problems are getting things out of the way, transmission cooler lines disconnected and sensors swapped. Cooling fan assembly would be moved or removed. I really don't know for the model but some vehicles a radiator will only go out thru the bottom requiring having the vehicle hoisted high enough.

If you must go the sealer way it only has a chance and only use a small amount not the whole container but know if it doesn't work or last (likely) it makes it harder later to do right and more expensive.

Nice of you to help a friend. At least get it diagnosed for sure so you know what you need. Get quotes/estimates on the job. If this thing overheats bad enough which is easy with a leak you could really get into expensive problems,

T

2000 Toyota RAV4 - 405532 miles - heavy vibration

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Question From RAV4 on 2000 Toyota RAV4 - 405532 miles - heavy vibration

2000 Toyota RAV4 - 405532 miles - heavy vibration. Recently changed out the timing belt, water pump, tensioner pulley, guide pulley. The guide pulley's bolt broke off where it bolted to the oil pump housing. Replaced the housing by finding one at the junk yard. Had to drop the oil pan, etc. Put everything back together. Since that time there is a heavy vibration. Cold start when idle is a little high - no vibration. Once warm and driviing when slowing down to stop at a red light, for example, as the rpms drop the vibration begins. Once completely stopped - in gear - the vibration is so heavy it vibrates the dash, seats, steering wheel... if it is put in Neutral, the vibration eases up. It does this in Reverse and Drive - not so much in Park, if at all. Recently replaced the front engine mount. Have not ever replaced the passenger side (dampner) mount. The driver's side and the rear mounts were replaced 5 or so years ago as was the front engine mount. What's your thoughts? Thanks.

Response From Sidom

This one isn't like a Mits that uses a balance shaft that will cause this exact problem if not lined up correctly.....

I'm not sure how it runs but the on a problem like this the 1st thing you are going to want to do is pull the cover off & verify that the timing marks are in fact lined up correctly...

Does it seem like it has less power now when driving?? That would be a sign the cam is a tooth or 2 off...

Response From RAV4

No loss of power, its running great. No mis-firing or missing thru out driving speed, no stumbling at take off. Is it possible that there is some sort of lvacumm leak? Or some sensor on the transmission loose? I just don't believe the timing is off or anything else along those lines. Its just not showing any signs of it.

Response From Sidom

I doubt it's a vacuum line, a leak that bad would more than likely cause the engine to die @ idle. If a sensor or wire was damaged or disconnected, more that likely would turn on the SES light...

Another thing you could check 1st which would be easier than checking the timing would be to check out the engine mounts, it possible they are just bad or got damage during the work..

Get a floor jack & block of wood & jack the engine up just enough to get the weight off when its in gear & vibrating, if the vibration goes away, you have some bad mounts....

Response From Discretesignals

Is that 405K on the original engine. If so, that is impressive.

Response From RAV4 Top Rated Answer

Yes, it is 405,550k miles. And I agree that it is impressive. It is the original engine with maintenance replacement parts. I'd say 85% of maintenance parts came from Toyota - 15% after market. It has been a great vehicle. I really like the body style of it also, its unique. The newer models, to me, look like mini highlanders. They also have the highlander engines in them. My 2000 model has the 2.0 camry engine from that same time period which is what I owned before this RAV4. I wish I would have held on to my 1992 camry, it was also a good car.
We jacked the car up as was suggested to check the mounts. There was very minimum vibration, if any, with the weight off the mounts. However, my mechanic husband still wants to verify the timing. I'm leaning toward it being the mounts. I guess we will know within a few days once he gets the chance to pull the cover and check the timing.

Response From Sidom

You know, I didn't even notice the mileage at 1st, that is pretty impressive but Toyotas do hold up pretty good if they are maintained & surprising well when abused.

If the vibration is gone when you jacked the engine then it looks like you've found your culprit. At that mileage I would be tempted to change out all the mounts.
It never hurts to double check your work but if it's running good other than at idle, the timing should be fine. You get a 4 cyl a tooth off one way or the other and it's' very noticeable to the driver, no matter what their level of experience. Now a 6 cyl you can one of the cams a tooth off & it's not as noticeable but will usually turn on the check engine light....

Response From Discretesignals

Your probably right that it is the engine mount(s) causing your vibration. The right hand isolator mount has to be taken off to get to the timing belt, so with the engine being supported and the isolator removed may have put some stress on the other mounts. Engine mounts do wear out or the rubber becomes dried up and breaks. With 405K and the age, mounts would be suspect.