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Comments about Beck/Arnley New Water Pump:
Not sure why a manufacture would use plastic parts on moving objects, but if one has the choice they should pay the extra and go with the metal.
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Q:I've read on the product description that the "impeller" is metal and I read another customers question about whether the impeller is metal and "Customer Care" answered that Yes it indeed was metal.
A:I'd be happy to help you with that! The impeller is indeed metal and not plastic for this particular pump. The impeller is the part that pushes the coolant through the system.
Q:Does this pump have the metal impeller?
Q:is this timing belt driven,does timing belt needs to be replaced when replacing the water pump?
A:Yes the water pump is timing belt driven and yes you will need to replace timing belt at same time.
A:yes, its run directly off the timing belt, it is also strongly recommended that the timing belt be replaced at the same time.
A:Absolutely not. The water pump is driven by the serpentine belt, NOT the timing belt. The timing belt dictates when the car's valves open and close only and nothing more. The only reason why you would change the timing belt along with the water pump is because it would be convenient.
A:Yes this Water Pump is driven by the Timing belt. I am not sure where the previous person got their answer, but I can confirm it is on the Timing belt, and why would you put an Old Timing Belt back on, once you had removed it.