Ford Mustang Water Pump & Intercooler Pump

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Mustang Water Pump Tech Guides

Fox Body Water Pump Replacement

Performing a Fox Body Mustang water pump replacement is a quick and easy task that can help you save thousands of dollars in repairs!

Mustang 302/351 Timing Cover and Water Pump Hardware Placement

Use this helpful guide when replacing your timing cover and water pump hardware with 5.0Resto's exclusive kit!

How To: Install 302/351 Mustang Timing Cover and Water Pump

Install a timing cover, water pump, and harmonic balancer onto your 302 or 351 based pushrod Mustang engine!

If your OEM water pump is leaking or has stopped working, pick up a new, direct replacement from Late Model Restoration! LMR's water pump kits are direct replacement parts for your motor and can easily get your cooling system back in working order.

We carry a complete line of replacement hardware, bolts, nuts, studs, and gaskets to help you finish any water pump installation. Don't forget we carry a complete line of electric fans and performance aluminum radiators further to improve the cooling capacity of your Mustang cooling system. Lastly, look for tech guides and installation videos to help simplify your cooling system restoration project. 

What Does A Water Pump Do?

An engine water pump is a component of your accessory drive responsible for circulating coolant throughout your cooling system. The water pump contains an internal impeller rotated by the accessory serpentine belt.

How Do I Know When My Water Pump Goes Out?

When a water pump starts to fail or completely fails, you will most likely experience overheating or coolant leaking issues. While overheating can result from issues such as a stuck thermostat or low coolant levels, your water pump should be checked. Many water pumps will feature a weep hole that will leak coolant when it starts to fail. If you notice a coolant leak from your water pump or water pump gasket, it’s time for a new water pump.