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2010 Nissan Cube Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-47DEFD1    W0133-1934392  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
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2010 - Nissan Cube
NPW
1994 Nissan 300ZX Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-46D2B66    W0133-1834376  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
  • The OE water pump does not use a gasket between the pump and the engine. An appropriate liquid gasket sealant can be used instead of the included gasket if desired.
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1994 - Nissan 300ZX
GMB
2007 Nissan Versa Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-2D58EBB    W0133-1998481  New

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GMB Engine Water Pump
Brand: GMB
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2007 - Nissan Versa
GMB
1981 Nissan 810 Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 2.4L GMB

P311-0152E10    W0133-1626531  New

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 07/1980-
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1981 - Nissan 810 L 2393 - Fr:07-00-80
GMB
1971 Nissan 240Z Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-0152E10    W0133-1626531  New

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GMB Engine Water Pump
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1971 - Nissan 240Z
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1984 Nissan Maxima Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-0152E10    W0133-1626531  New

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -07/1984
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1984 - Nissan Maxima To:07-00-84
GMB
1970 Nissan 240Z Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 10/1969-
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1970 - Nissan 240Z Fr:10-00-69
GMB
1973 Nissan 240Z Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -07/1973
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GMB
1974 Nissan 260Z Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 08/1973-11/1974
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1974 - Nissan 260Z Fr:08-00-73 To:11-00-74
GMB
1975 Nissan 260Z Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -11/1974
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1975 Nissan 280Z Engine Water Pump GMB

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  • Production: 12/1974-
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1975 - Nissan 280Z Fr:12-00-74
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1978 Nissan 280Z Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -06/1978
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1978 - Nissan 280Z To:06-00-78
GMB
1979 Nissan 280ZX Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 06/1978-
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1979 - Nissan 280ZX Fr:06-00-78
GMB
1983 Nissan 280ZX Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -06/1983
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1983 - Nissan 280ZX To:06-00-83
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1981 Nissan 280ZX Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 12/1980-
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1981 - Nissan 280ZX Fr:12-00-80
GMB
1977 Nissan 810 Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 07/1976-
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1977 - Nissan 810 Fr:07-00-76
GMB
1980 Nissan 810 Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -06/1980
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1980 - Nissan 810 To:06-00-80
GMB
1970 Nissan 521 Pickup Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-3303529    W0133-1626367  New

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GMB Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 07/1969-
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1970 - Nissan 521 Pickup Fr:07-00-69
GMB
1971 Nissan 521 Pickup Engine Water Pump GMB

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GMB Engine Water Pump
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1971 - Nissan 521 Pickup
GMB
1972 Nissan 521 Pickup Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-3303529    W0133-1626367  New

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  • Production: -07/1972
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Latest Nissan Repair and Water Pump Installation Advice

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estimated hours to replace water pump on 1991 Nissan Maxima

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Question From Guest on estimated hours to replace water pump on 1991 Nissan Maxima

Wanted to find out how long it should take a do-it-yourselfer to replace a water pump on a 1991 Nissan maxima

Response From brbettge

If you decide to do it; be SURE NOT to get coolant on the timing belt. completely drain the cooling system first and I would advise placing a very absorbant rag under the pump and kind of stuffed between the engine and time belt cover to catch any antifreeze that may drip/drop down onto the belt. Reason: the antifreeze will cause damage to the time belt and cause it to break prematurely. when this belt breaks it causes major internal engine damage. The last broken time belt I repaired on one of these engines cost the owner $3000.00 parts and labor. too expensive to take chances with. good luck with the project! rick

Response From Guest

Wanted to find out how long it should take a do-it-yourselfer to replace a water pump on a 1991 Nissan maximayes and how

Response From Tom Greenleaf

The "book" times are based on knowing what you are doing and have average tools on a vehicle with no obsticles like rusted bolts that can slow a job down seriously.

A 1991 could be an open book as to how long it would take. You may consider doing lots more than just the pump while you are there too. Do you want to flush system, new hoses and thermostat while it's drained for the pump?

T

What engine is in this - I haven't checked on possible procedures as of yet,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

1991 Nissan/Datsun Maxima

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Guess there's just that engine for this year. That type pump is fairly straight forward in many cases if there's some room to work. DIY vs pro with the tools and experience, time for job at this age I'd about double it the estimated times,


T

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

Standard repair time according to alldata is 3.8 hours. So add more time for the do it yourself type. Good luck

how hard is it to change water pump on 1990 nissan 240 sx

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Question From importracer_ky on how hard is it to change water pump on 1990 nissan 240 sx

im not sure but i belive its going out im loosing water and on the right side looking at engine stays wet.

Response From crow Top Rated Answer

I had to get my water pump changed last year and it was about $600 with labor and parts. I think it was a 3-4 hour job

Response From DanD

Not hard at all take it in and a couple hundred dollars later it’s all done. LOL
Sorry but you have to confirm that it is the pump first and then get yourself a repair manual that covers this job. After you’ve read the procedure then make the choice of whether you want to attempt this.
Dan.

Water Pump

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Question From milling machine on Water Pump

I have a 2000 nissan maxima, air, automatic, v-6, 3000, twin cam 24 valve. I put a new water pump in and now I have coolant mixing with oil, I did not put rtv sealant on the water pump screws, could this be the cause of this ? Or do you think it is the water pumps 2 rubber gaskets, I was real careful when I put this in not to damage the rubber gaskets ?

Response From Sidom

It sounds as though you may have caught the O ring when you were reinstalling it. Did you use any type of lube on the O ring?

I don't know if you have a pressure tester but the best thing to do would be to take the cover off & pressurize the system to see exactly where the leak is be for tearing it down...

I'm assuming you weren't getting this mix before the water pump replacement.......

Response From milling machine

You could be correct, but while I was waiting for a answer a nissan mechanic told me when you change out that pump it will injest lots of coolant in the oil pan during the process, he might be right because before I started the engine up I checked the oil and it was way over fillled, I thought I was just reading the dip stick wrong and ignored it. I will change the oil tommorow and let you know if that solves the problem, Thanks for the responce.

Response From milling machine

I just did two oil changes on it and most of the coolant is out but I will do another one tommorow, it was saturated with coolant. How do you do an engine flush ?

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

There is a variety on engine flushing products. Most parts stores carry them in their chemical sections. You just add it to the engine, run for about 10 minutes & then change the oil & filter.

I usually won't do it on high mileage engines with excessive sludge build up due to the fact you may break up some big pieces & plug up oil ports or pick up screens.

Response From milling machine

This engine has about 130,000 on it, but runs excellent.

Response From Sidom

I believe you are right.......you got me assuming again...lol

Change the oil & filter and you should be good. Since you did run it with coolant, after the change if there is any evidence of coolant left and the mileage is low enough I would be tempted to flush the engine...........

maxima water pump

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Question From milling machine on maxima water pump

I am changing a water pump on a 2000 nissan maxima, air, automatic,v-6, 3000 twin cam 24 valve. I have to remove the passenger side motor mount, but cannot find any place to hook-up my hoist chain or is it possible to just use a floor jack under the oil pan without distorting the pan or causing the oil pan gasket to leak ?

Response From milling machine Top Rated Answer

I changed the water pump out ok, but I have another question do you fill the tensioner with oil when you install it or just let it fill up on its own ?

Response From Dieselrotor

Bammm, Yes I remembor this engine now, So sorry. There is actually three chains, and a two part chain thensioner.
the tensioner is to the left if looking at it from the front. the tensioner and the guide. there is still a trick,though pretty laimen, with the valve covers off, vice grips can hold the cams. anytime timing is an issue, it should be done right though and You take You're chances doing it shadetree style.

Response From milling machine

I solved the motor mount problem,but now have another question. I have the cover off of the timing chain tensioner and I can wiggle the plastic part of the tensioner sideways, and this is with the timing chain on normally how it should be. Does anyone know if this is normal ?

Response From Dieselrotor

If I have a mental picture of what You are talking about, It's been a long time since I have done one.
Are You talking about a flat piece that has what appears to be very small flare out's at the ends and sits on would be the outside of the belt ? if it is what I am thinking, Movemant is normal. Are You also since tension is being taken off the belt, replaceing the timing belt too with the water pump. Rule of thumb, replace the belt with pump. There is a tool to kepp the timing in place while replaceing belt, can be done without but pay seroius attention to location of sprockets and a couple pair of vice grips will help along with a long 3/8 punch and a white or yellow paint pen.
It is a little difficult, but someone seriuos about doing it with a little attention can do it. You sound as if You are willing to do it right and if that is the case, You will be fine.

Response From milling machine

Thanks for the answer, this engine has a chain and is extremely hard to work on.

Nissan Pathfinder, Belts are Rubbing

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Question From BobbyBaltimore on Nissan Pathfinder, Belts are Rubbing

Hello All -

A very loud noise started happening in my car and upon looking closer, I notice the two independent belts are slightly rubbing together. How did this start happening and can I fix it easily?

Thanks

Response From Discretesignals

Which year?

Response From BobbyBaltimore

2000

Response From Discretesignals

There are three belts. Alternator, PS, and AC. Which ones are rubbing together? Was there any recent repair work done prior? Visual inspection of the pulley alignment as HT stated should give you an answer.

Response From BobbyBaltimore

Its the AC and Alternator belt. If you look at this picture its the area where the belts cross together between the two idler pulleys


Response From Hammer Time

Maybe the water pump is coming apart.

That is the most likely thing to make a grinding noise and belt alignment problems.

Response From BobbyBaltimore

Thanks for your help guys. I will check the water pump today. If this is the problem, is it a thing I can fix on my own? Ballpark estimate?

Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

I don't know. Can you tell me if I would be capable of tiling my house? We don't know what your abilities are.

Response From BobbyBaltimore

Ive changed out a radiator, brakes and average things on cars. What I was asking is if I will need access to things that a typical person wouldnt have, like a lift or a special tool. I have pictures attached of the pulley. The pulley in question had an extremely small amount of play that's hard to notice.

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Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

That is the belt tensioner pulley and will have play when the hold down nut is loosened but shouldn't have any when tight. It appears you're missing half of the outside belt and that needs to be resolved.

Response From BobbyBaltimore

Thanks Hammer Time. I ordered a new belt. I still haven't figured out why those belts are rubbing as everything seems to be tight and in working order.

Response From Hammer Time

I assure you that either there is still a problem or they were installed wrong in the first place and my money is on that there is still a problem and you are just going to ruin the new belt and when whatever is failing lets go all the way, you are going to be on the side of the road.

Something
caused that belt to run off the side and you need to find it. Look for any pulley that tends to lean when the belt pressure is on it.

Response From BobbyBaltimore

I'm going to examine this further over the holiday weekend before putting on the new belt. Thanks again for your help.

Response From Hammer Time

Sometimes temporarily putting the belt on will help you spot the misalignment.

Response From Sidom


Can you tell me if I would be capable of tiling my house?
NO!!!! You don't have the patience for it.................lol..................

Response From Hammer Time

Haha Brian......................... That's why I hired someone to do it.

Response From Sidom

LOL...I was expecting you to comeback & say "that was a trick question"..........I already did it!!!!!

I did the same, paid someone to do it......

I've watched guys do and it really doesn't look to hard but then thought of the saying I always say..........A good professional always makes his job look easy

Response From BobbyBaltimore

Btw....The white flakes that you see in the pictures was the bar soap I used on the belts

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Check the water pump/fan pulley for looseness. Maybe the water pump is coming apart.

Response From Hammer Time

That's happening because there is a failure in one of the components causing the belt to run off the side of the angled pulley. The noise is likely coming from the bad component,not the belts rubbing together.