I had that same problem. Last summer, actually. My Dad pretty much had to tear everything out of the car just to get to the water pump, okay, not everything! It just seemed like that at the time. The problem isn't the water pump, I don't have my car repair manual with me, so, forgive me if this dosen't make sense. There is a piece connected to the water pump, that lets the water or coolant through, whichever is supposed to be let through. But, that is the problem. For some reason, the whole thing has to be replaced, because it won't let the fluid through to cool off the engine. After this, you will find that your Low Coolant light will stay and won't go off. Don't be bothered by it, though. It's nothing, your coolant levels will be fine.
Monday, March 30th, 2009 AT 8:21 PM