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Q: when do I change the water pump in my 2011 ford Focus

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when do I change the water pump in my 2011 ford Focus

My car has 63000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

There is no set time or miles to replace the water pump. The pump should be replaced as needed only. When there is a leak at the pump or the cooling system is not performing as it should due to coolant flow. If you want a recommendation when to replace water pump then I would recommend when the timing belt is replaced or 120k miles.

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