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Metrix
1994 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.8L Metrix

P311-46BEE2F    W0133-1623718  New

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1994 - Plymouth Colt L 1834 112
Metrix
1993 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L Metrix

P311-3752590    W0133-1619391  New

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1993 - Plymouth Colt L 2351 -
NPW
1993 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L NPW

P311-49712F5    W0133-1619391  New

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1993 - Plymouth Colt L 2351 -
NPW
1990 Plymouth Laser Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.0L NPW

P311-42931F7    W0133-1612976  New

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1990 - Plymouth Laser L 1997 122
Metrix
1992 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-29DC3B3    W0133-1620653  New

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1992 - Plymouth Colt W Vista
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1992 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-1C1D973    W0133-1620653  New

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1992 - Plymouth Colt W Vista
GMB
1995 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-47B893B    W0133-1626492  New

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1995 - Plymouth Colt
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1984 Plymouth Horizon Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-55F8325    W0133-1672932  New

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1984 - Plymouth Horizon
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1999 Plymouth Prowler Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-4830220    W0133-1668803  New

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1999 - Plymouth Prowler
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1997 Plymouth Prowler Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-476E79D    W0133-1835883  New

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1997 - Plymouth Prowler
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1999 Plymouth Prowler Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-2766C5F    W0133-1668803  New

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1999 - Plymouth Prowler
GMB
1992 Plymouth Acclaim Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L GMB

P311-07C338E    W0133-1905658  New

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1992 - Plymouth Acclaim L 2507 153
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1988 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.5L AISIN

P311-324C14B    W0133-1626492  New

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1988 - Plymouth Colt L 1468 90
GMB
1960 Plymouth Fury Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-0564B29    W0133-1908893  New

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1960 - Plymouth Fury
Metrix
1988 Plymouth Colt Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.0L Metrix

P311-18F73FD    W0133-1648122  New

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1988 - Plymouth Colt L 1997 122
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1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L Metrix

P311-1A5B212    W0133-1957454  New

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1996 - Plymouth Grand Voyager L 2429 148
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1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L GMB

P311-3FC127D    W0133-1957454  New

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1996 - Plymouth Grand Voyager L 2429 148
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1997 Plymouth Voyager Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L Metrix

P311-1A5B212    W0133-1957454  New

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1997 - Plymouth Voyager L 2429 148
GMB
1997 Plymouth Voyager Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L GMB

P311-3FC127D    W0133-1957454  New

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GMB
1997 Plymouth Voyager Engine Water Pump 6 Cyl 3.3L GMB

P311-0F3A333    W0133-1908852  New

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1997 - Plymouth Voyager V 3301 201

Latest Plymouth Repair and Water Pump Installation Advice

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changing a water pump

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Question From Guest on changing a water pump

Anyone have any advice on changing a water pump in a 97 Plymouth Voyager? How difficult? Any diagrams available?

Response From DanD

What engine is in this Voyager?
There are four different ones available in 1997; 2.4Lt in-line 4 cylinder, 3.0Lt V6, 3.3Lt V6 and a 3.8Lt V6.
The 2.4 and the 3.0Lt’s the water pumps are driven by the timing belt, which makes changing the pump a lot more involved. The timing belt has to be removed to replace the pump; if you mistimed the belt during installation there a good chance of doing some serious damage to the engine.
If your van has the 3.3 or the 3.8Lt they are much simpler pumps to do, but you still have to be mechanically inclined not to get into trouble by overheating the engine.
These times are from a flat rate labour guide; they are based on what it should take (time wise) for a trained technician to perform this job.
2.4Lt – 3.8 hours.
3.Lt – 4.4 hours
3.0 & 3.8Lt – 1 hour.
Just by the allotted times you can see how much more involved the 2.4 and 3.0Lt’s are; a novice could easily double if not triple these times.
Dan.

Response From shermanreed Top Rated Answer

My engine is the 3.3. Although I am not a "mechanic", I am pretty mechanically inclined - I've done a fair amount of repairs. Anything tricky about this job?

Response From DanD

Like I said the 3.3 & 3.8 are fairly easy pumps to do; get the replacement pump before you begin that will help you to see what to or maybe better said what not to remove.
Just a couple notes and things to try; use some form of non hardening glue to stick the water pump gasket/rubber seal to the pump; so that it will not slip out of position and become pinched or cut.
If you remove the plash shield in the right front wheel well it will give you a little more room to work.
Loosen the three water pump pulley bolts before you remove the belt. The belt will help hold the pulley still; this will also help on the install. Snug up the pulley bolts, install the belt then finish tightening the pulley.
When you go to refill the cooling system try disconnecting one end of a heater hose. (The highest/easiest one you can get at) This will allow air to escape from inside the engine as you’re filling the system at the rad. Just be ready to pop the hose on when the coolant starts to flow from the hose or its spigot.
This diagram isn’t much help as in showing the water pump but it may come in handy as a belt routing diagram for you.
Dan.


Response From Guest

Thanks, my friend!

Response From carjunky

Dan Great post... I was about four turn wheels off...

Response From carjunky

normally a water pump is pretty straight forward to remove... The question is have you ever done any car repairs at all? since it will require that you don't over tighten the bolts on the fan...

normally on most cars the water pump is right behind the fan assemble, because it uses the spinning motion of the fan belts to move the water through the engine.

95 Plymouth Acclaim - heater blowing cold

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Question From carolinagirl513 on 95 Plymouth Acclaim - heater blowing cold

Im having issues with my 95 plymouth acclaim - the heater/defrost is blowing ice cold, even when the heat is on. I just had the thermostat and the water pump replaced, and I was wondering what my next step should be. Any suggestions?

Thanks!
CarolinaGirl

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Take a look at the heater hoses and devices in line on them. Something may have been disturbed blocking flow of hot coolant to get to heater. If you ask for just heat not defrost the A/C should not be engaged,

T

Response From carolinagirl513

I'll check that, and let you know if that fixes it. Thanks!

Radiator Fluid Leaking

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Question From kingjim9 on Radiator Fluid Leaking

I have a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim and the Radiator Fluid started leaking about a day ago. Today the reserve resovior is completly empty, how do i check for leaks?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Fill it up at radiator first and start looking. Be prepared to catch the coolant if it is a real fast leak. Recovery tanks themselves can be the leak so you just have to look around. Catch this early will surely help to prevent any further damage,

T

Response From kingjim9 Top Rated Answer

ok i found coolant to be dripping onto the hose connecting to the water pump, The problem is, i can't tell if its the hose or the waterpump thats leaking. How can i tell if its the water pump thats bad?

Response From way2old

Clean it off really good with something like carburetor cleaner. This dries quickly. Use a mirror to determine where the leak is coming from.

'99 PLymouth Breeze Idles Rough and Stalls

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Question From Deanna on '99 PLymouth Breeze Idles Rough and Stalls

I have a 1999 Plymouth Breeze, 2.4L, Double Overhead Cam, 165k miles. Just replaced water pump and timing belt. After reassembling everything the car now idles rough, stalls when coming to a stop. Almost sounds like a miss fire when idling. However, car runs smooth at highway speeds. Double checked timing marks and they are lined up like they should be. Thinking it could be plugs and plug wires, I replaced those too. Also cleaned the throttle body. Car still idles rough and stalls. Can anyone tell me what may be causing the car to idle rough and stall? Thanks in advance!

Response From pokerface

1- ensure your timing marks (camshafts,crankshaft) are aligned .
2- turn the camshaft sprockets slightly clockwise so the timing marks are 1/2 tooth apart (intake up)
3-install the timing belt to the sprockets and pulleys counterclockwise direction ,startind at the crankshaft sprocket
4 turn the camshft sprockets until the timing sprockets are aligned and take any slack in the belt
5-ensure timing belt taut between sprockets on non tension side
6- removed the allen wrench to allow the tensioner to operate
7- turn the crankshaft slowly two turns clockwise and check timing marks are aligned
8- install all the compones in reverse order
9- torque the cranshaft 100lbs
10 and good luck! sorry for the spelling

Response From Hammer Time

This thread is 7 months old and I'm sure he must have resolved his issue by now. Please check the dates before posting.

Response From Hammer Time

What kind of belt failure did the engine have?
You may want to do a compression and leakdown test to determine if you have any bent valves since this is an interference engine.

Response From Deanna Top Rated Answer

No belt failure. Water pump was leaking so put in new one.

Response From Hammer Time

I would still do a compression test. With a DOHC, you can bend them just by rotating the cams with the belt off.

Response From Deanna

OK. Didn't do a leak down test but compression test was fine. Still looking. lol

Response From re-tired

A dual cam belt can be a real pain to set up. One tooth off on any sprocket can drive you nuts. Be absolutely ,positively without a doubt sure your not One tooth off. Hey it's happened to me.

Response From Hammer Time

The point I was making is the the DOHC is not an interference engine with the pistons but, the valves can hit each other if the cams are rotated independently without the belt.

Response From re-tired

Look and listen for a vacuum leak.

Response From Deanna

That was first thought but there doesn't seem to be one.

radiator

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Question From Guest on radiator

Hi

I have a 1998 Plymouth Breeze 2.4 with air conditioning, i noticed some anti freeze under the car and the car has been running a little hotter than normal. The resvior tank was empty, how do i add anti freeze to the rad
Dan

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Vehicles without the pressure cap on the radiator itself must be filled thru the highest hose or what ever you can undo to fill it there. Then fill reservoir and let engine warm up and cool down a few times and it purges air and takes back coolant.

That fact that is was low is a problem by itself and just filling it alone most likely won't be the final fix. Try to fill it and locate the leak. Try hard to not allow it to overheat,

T

Response From Guest

Hi Tom

There is a pressure cap on the rad itself, i can loosen it but can get it off, the car leaked once but not since, the temp gauge has gone up but not passed 1/2 way, am i over reacting to this problem.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Fill at radiator - sorry I don't know every car by model and year how they did it. It's much better to have a radiator that you can fill directly.

Fill that and let it run with cap off - carefully!! When (it should) start circulating air may come to the top and you'll see the coolant level drop. Then fill it all the way and proper level at radiator.

With that the system should be full. Now just let it run and feel the top hose get warm to hot (carefull again) and the fan should be blowing warm to hot air off the radiator. Heater should be able to blow hot air. If there's no fan or heater doesn't blow hot there could be air in the sytem still or things could be plugged up. System should hold pressure and not too fast after start up.

Temp gauges should stay steady when stabil at fully warmed up. If it fluctuates there's a problem. That could be a thermostat or fan doesn't work properly or perhaps the radiator is just not up to par.

You really can't test for much without knowing it's full first. Some are tricky and don't purge out the air that is in there if it was low for any reason. Some are a pest with that and a drive around the block can help or in some situations you need to jack up a car so the rad cap it at the highest point to let the air out when the thermostat opens. When thermostat is shut it will trap air on engine side that can't get out right away,

T

Response From Guest

Thanks Tom

I think i am going to run the car into the shop, too many variables, always a fun adventure, never know if they are telling you the truth

Dan

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

I found out it is the water pump where the water is coming out