Q: How much do you charge for a water pump and clutch fan

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Water everywhere and losing water Slowly
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello, thank you for writing in. The water pump is a very common place to develop leaks. Leaks in that area are a good indication. You can check the hoses and their connections to make sure they are secure and undamaged. Otherwise, the best way to verify the water pump is to blame is to watch it leak, or trace a leak back up to it. For pricing and help scheduling an appointment, contact our service department.

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