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Justinwheeler

08-10-2018 16:45:39




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Nope not the alternator, if it is the water pump would I notice a coolant level difference in the radiator?




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riveroadrat

08-10-2018 19:41:14




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 Re: Ford 640 sezied up in reply to Justinwheeler, 08-10-2018 16:45:39  
Your pump seal probably went out and trashed the pump bearing. There is a weep hole on a lot of water pumps that lets you know it needs to be changed. It might be a little lower on coolant. Some pumps come with the extension on them for the fan and some come without the extension. I would take my old pump with me to the parts place. You aint runnin water in there are you?



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Justinwheeler

08-10-2018 19:57:09




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 Re: Ford 640 sezied up in reply to riveroadrat, 08-10-2018 19:41:14  
No I'm not running water, using green antifreeze, is there two types of water pumps a press on pulley and a bolt on pulley, can't tell which one I have. Does the sheet metal have to come off to replace it?? Also the belt I have has no teeth on it, when I look for a replacement the belt I see has teeth, what's the difference??



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rdobbs

08-11-2018 09:37:45




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 Re: Ford 640 sezied up in reply to Justinwheeler, 08-10-2018 19:57:09  
I changed the water pump on my 600 without removing any sheet metal, but it's close
working in there.



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