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I was just told my water pump is leaking.

maestro89maestro89 Posts: 1
edited September 2015 in Cadillac
Is this a DIY replacement job and should I get a complete pump or a new seal?


  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,197
    You can't replace the seal, You need a new pump.

    I know I have a lot of quality tools and some mechanical abilities but I can tell you, this is a job I sure wouldn't tackle! It's not a 1965 Chevy!

    The water pump jobs we used to think were nasty would be a walk in the park compared to a modern car.
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