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Water pump replacement

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Fixin to approach 330,000 miles on original pump, question is what else would y'all recommend doing while I'm down there

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Check all idler pulley bearings. Probably a few of them are making a little noise. You can just usually replace just the bearing. Also, new fan belt if the old one is getting dry and cracked.

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Thermostat; while you're working on the pump it's cheap and easy to get to. Coolant reservoir pressure cap. Again, cheap insurance.

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Ok will add that to list of parts I'm collecting.

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