andy knope: thank you that help a lot good job guys
amievil amievil: thank you i have a 05 silverado that i have to do and i will let you know how it turns out
MrTarzan152: Great, informative video, as always. Two questions: Whats the torque specs for the bolts for the belt tensioner and is the thermostat and the thermostat housing one piece or two? Meaning can I just buy the thermostat or do I need to get both? Thank you..
telejax: Hey, when I try to loosen the fan, the whole system spins, can t get the bolt to beak loose.
Craig Krage: Thank You guys for another clean cut instructional video.
imderrickjed: The videos you guys offer are great. Ive been working on and building cars for 20 years and you guys are the only ones I see offering all the information needed. We dont do everything the same, but I have not seen anything wrong with any of the videos you offer. Great job guys!
Gerardo Espinoza: Thank you it was a good video I completed my car right
REDEMP: great video! Do you need a gasket sealer around the pump or will those small gaskets be sufficient enough when installing the new pump?
KEITH HESNEY: Also, why do I have to disconnect the battery?
G Benz: Don't you have to burp the baby?
Whats the easiest way to get rid of the air in the coolant system?
KillahVolt Beats: awesome vid replaced mines yesterday
Aaron Yanez: Awesome video. I always look your videos up before I start a job just to double check if there's anything that'll surprise me. Your videos are the best. Thanks for posting.
SuperCyril2: Great job Mike. Thanks for the video. Hey guys, this info is for anyone who's having their engine temp go above normal operating range after new pump install. This is happening due to the thermostat not letting coolant flow to the radiator. What I did to correct this was, first make sure engine is cool. Remove hose from top of water pump. Locate the overflow hose thats runs from the top of fill resevoir to the left side of the rad. Disconnect this hose from the rad. Go back to the hose you removed from the top of the water pump and hold the hose up so you can pour coolant in it to fill up the radiator until the coolant runs out of the hole where you disconnected the hose for the overflow on the radiator. Hook both hoses back up where they go and restart vehicle with the pressure cap off the refill resevoir add coolant as needed until proper level has been reached. Goodluck. Hope this little description helps you out. Cheers
Saul Sanchez: thank you so much for this video, they were trying to charge me $650 for this at the shop, so i ended up doing it myself, bought all parts brand new, also bought a new alternator, and an econ book for college all for about $500
CorruptedWorld100: was going to pay to get this done but i never realized how simple it was this will be my project this weekend thanks guys!
tiledave621: Thanks! I did my water pump on my 04 Silverado last weekend. Thanks again
Jorge Gonzales: it came out great I got it done. the video was a big help.
Jorge Gonzales: great video, thanks now I thing o can do it myself
Weldon Adair: I was having a lot of trouble getting the fan off, but the tapping on the wrench with the belt on worked great! Thanks for the video!!!
Ktonrider: Great video!! I was able to replace my water pump today with ease thanks to your tutorial!! Bravo!!!! No more leak for my Silverado!!!!
How To Install Replace Water Pump Chevy GMC Silverado Sierra Tahoe Yukon 4.8L 5.3L 6.0L 99-04 1AAuto5
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