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The best thing to do is to order a stock replacement thermostat. Thank you
1A Auto Parts: @Robert Brixius Yes, at the 8:24 mark we show you how to put them in place.
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Nicholas Merenda: How do you ensure that all the air is out of the system before calling it a
day? And how much coolant is typically lost in the process?
gamesa777: Gracias 1A auto: con sus videos hacen que se mire tan facil y la parte mas
mejor es ,cuando terminas y todo sale muy bien . gracias a ustedes 1A auto.
Installe water pump.
sthier24: I guess taking the fan off the pump is the magic part
Steven Grant: Thank you for the great video. Step by step and spot on!
His Power Productions: I have a 2005 Sierra, should I replace thermostat with a high or low temp
sreilly: Great video. I'll be replacing my water pump on my 2003 Silverado tomorrow.
Tim Morford: This video made it very simple for my father and I to do (he watched, but
gave guidance as I did it). By having laptop on the fuse box of my 2003
Silverado, we easily were able to stop and go by how the video was done.
joy kirkeby: THANKS SO MUCH THIS REALLY HELPED US!!!
stewnta: I know this vid has been up a good while but thanks for the help. I think
my water pump may be starting to act up. Everytime I start the engine it
sounds as if the engine is tweeting like the old VW Bugs from back in the
day, more so when i step down on the gas. Is this the indicator?
Diego Gomez: What's is thermostat size of a 2000 silverado 4.8?
Russ Glover: Thank you very much for making this video! It saved me $350 replacing my
2002 Suburban water pump, thermostat, serpentine belt, and A/C belt.
Scott Bender: Great video, it walked me right thru it. Just be sure your adjustable
wrench is big enough when taking off the fan. My 10" wrench was too small,
I had to use a pipe wrench.
Peter Horn: Thanks for your video. This was my first auto repair, and you made it easy.
You have a great price on the water pump, too.
Mike Blake: Great video with good lighting,a pleasure to watch. Thanks
AA1PR: many thanks
Vanessa Sandoval: thank you for this video it realy helped me to fix it.god bless you.
Umar Malik: Thanks for sharing... really helpful...
Federico Velasquez: Thank you for posting this video, I was wondering on the drain and flush
how to find the cylinder block drains on both sides of the block in order
to drain completely and refill, but there's nothing anywhere on the
internet. I have spent 2 hours looking for them.
Mike Paiva: Good video made my repair job very easy , thanks.
mickster boone: Thanks for posting this, it really helped me.
chris Maynard: im going outside to do this right now
Josh Tebbs: Great video Mike. Do the bolts on the tensioner need to be torqued when
Brian Harrison: UPDATE: Thanks again guys on the video it was extremely helpful. The
operation was a huge success thanks to your helpful tips. The only thing I
had trouble with was getting the fan/clutch assembly off the old pump. It
would slip so that I couldn't get any torque on the nut. I finally went to
the store and found a "FAN CLUTCH SPANNER WRENCH". This tool saved the day
; it resembles a large flat open end wrench with two metal pins on the tips
that went in to the respective holes on the pump pulley. This allowed me to
get the necessary torque to remove the fan. Thanks again and I will be a
regular user of of this site for both parts and repair advice!
elguapo21954: Outstanding video. As I attempted to remove the fan with a crescent wrench
and tapping with a hammer, it would not break loose. As a matter of fact,
the whole pulley would move as I was hitting the wrench. I did have the
belt still in place. I would appreciate any suggestions. thank you.
Johnny Whittemore: having trouble getting the fan nut broke lose. any tips?
Chad Welsh: You guys rock! You help me make money period point blank.
Robert Gallo: Thanks 1A Auto, you are truly the #1
Brian Harrison: This is awesome! You didn't talk like anyone watching was a dummy! It (the
video) helped me think of replacing my water pump was not such a daunting
task. It looks like it will be easier than when I replaced the pump on my
Lumina! Thanks I will fill you in on the final results of my install. You
guys are a life saver I will definitely recommend and use you in the future!
knelitos23: @ 1A Auto Parts :I got a question man?...what about draining all the
coolant from the heater core?..some people say they got problems getting
hot air after changing the water pump/thermostat,and they recommend to
drain the whole system(wondering how too?)..thanks for your video I'm
trying to change hoses,water pump,thermostat on my 2000 chevy
silverado..thanks again and please let me know if you got any other advise
Timothy Kamalu: Helped me do a Escalade now I got to do mine 01 Sierra.
Jason Starr: Nice job on the video. Especially tough doing the work and being the camera
man too... have to do this to my 2006 4.8 L.. ... 100,000 miles and
it starts falling apart.. lol...
MrCrazyboyusa: I replace my water pump , but my coolant light still on . Any idea guys or
how long computer takes to reset?
Blaine Yoakum: when taking off the water pump how do you tell if the water pump is bad or
not? I may just have a seal thats bad. Thanks.
David G: This video help me to replace the water pump on my 1997 K1500 4.3. Not
quite the same but close enough. One whack (or two) on the fan nut didn't
do it for me. I kept at it for 5 minutes and grabbed the belt to help it
stop moving but finally got it. The hardest part was getting the bolts
started on the replacement pump, it's tight and down low on the 4.3. TYVM.
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