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Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman

Part No. 58-560 Warranty Details  
$41.49
Core Charge: $8.00
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Driveworks Remanufactured Water Pumps offer a complete replacement part solution, with application coverage spanning from antique to present-day vehicles. All units are 100% tested and engineered to meet or exceed O.E.M. performance, providing you a quality product you and your vehicle can rely on.

Product Features:
  • Every unit is supplied with a premium quality mounting gasket for a guaranteed, leak-proof seal on all mounting surfaces
  • 100% computer tested for maximum performance and durability
  • Supplied with new O.E.M. supplied unitized seals, ensuring long-lasting, trouble-free performance
  • Original casting specifications are strictly followed to ensure proper fit for easy installation and proper water flow and maximum cooling
  • Bearings made of heat-treated carbon or carburized steel are sealed and lubricated to ensure smooth performance throughout units life
  • Applications demanding high off-set loads are upgraded to a Ball/Roller bearing to ensure long-lasting reliable performance
  • Hubs and impellers are precisely perpendicular to the bearing shaft to eliminate excessive bearing load and noise
  • Built to meet or exceed O.E.M. performance
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Pulley Included:Yes
Installation Hardware Included:No
Rotation:Counter-Clockwise
Pulley Type:Flat Belt
Impeller Vane Quantity:6
Number of Hose Connectors:2
Material:Aluminum, Cast Iron, Steel
Duty Rating:Standard
Package Contents:Water Pump, Gaskets, Instruction Sheet
Gaskets Included:Yes
Hub Height:3.594"

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DriveworksWater Pump - Domestic Reman
 
4.1

(based on 32 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (18)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

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    (1)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to install (11)
  • Lightweight (5)
  • Durable (4)

Cons

  • Difficult to install (5)
  • No improvement in performance (5)

Best Uses

  • Replacement (16)
  • Everyday driving (14)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual driver (11), Auto enthusiast (9), Mechanic (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

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Be aware that this pump has a pressed on pulley as opposed to #58-481 that has a bolt on pulley. You will need a 36mm open end wrench or similar. My largest was...Read complete review

Be aware that this pump has a pressed on pulley as opposed to #58-481 that has a bolt on pulley. You will need a 36mm open end wrench or similar. My largest was 1 1/4" and I ended up grinding it out to fit. That said, there is no graceful way to undo the fan bolt. I tried different belt loadings, sanding the pulley, strap wrench on the pulley. Finally ended up wrapping the pulley with adhesive sand paper (it still turned), then started stuffing work gloves into the belt. It took wedging 3 gloves into the belt to finally put enough tension on it so as to remove the fan nut. All downhill after that!

HTH!

VS

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Decent for the price

Comes with all the parts, but make sure you have a few extra o-rings just in case. Also, it worked great while it lasted, but started to go bad a little over a...Read complete review

Comes with all the parts, but make sure you have a few extra o-rings just in case. Also, it worked great while it lasted, but started to go bad a little over a year after install.

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5.0

exact part

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Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

Fit perfectly

 
5.0

10/10 would buy again.

By 

from Tampa FL

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3 or more reviews submitted

Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

Nice and quite. Bolted right up.

 
4.0

Yes

By 

from undisclosed

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Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

Fit great

 
5.0

Excellent

By 

from undisclosed

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Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

Cools the engine like it should, no leaks, excellent value

 
5.0

I would buy this product again.

By 

from Poughkeepsie

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Pros

  • Perfect fit.

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

    Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

    Installed with no problems.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    1.0

    Here we go again

    By 

    from Virginia

    Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

    Well bought this pump in March to replace a bad one on a truck and here it is end of July and it's out again.

     
    4.0

    Accurate fit and quality appearance.

    By 

    from Lebanon, Tennessee

    About Me Auto Enthusiast, Competitive Driver, Mechanic

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    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Everyday Driving
        • Replacement

        Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

        Least expensive is not always better option for part replacement, however in this case part is acceptable.

         
        3.0

        Water Pump - Remanufactured by Drive Wor

        By 

        from La Grange, NC

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        3 or more reviews submitted

        Pros

        • Easy To Install

        Cons

        • No Improvement In Performance

        Best Uses

        • Replacement

        Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

        Cheap, but does the job.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        The supplied O-ring is too small

        By 

        from Murray Ky

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        3 or more reviews submitted

        Pros

          Cons

          • Difficult To Install

          Best Uses

          • Everyday Driving
          • Replacement

          Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

          The O-ring for the inlet tube was too small and leaked.
          You can replace this pump without removing the alternator / AC compressor but I wouldn't recommend it. The small bypass hose should also be replaced and you do have to remove them to get to it.

           
          5.0

          good part

          By 

          from newark de

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          3 or more reviews submitted

          Pros

          • Durable
          • Easy To Install
          • Improves Engine Efficiency
          • Lightweight

          Cons

          • No Improvement In Performance

          Best Uses

          • Everyday Driving
          • Replacement

          Comments about Driveworks Water Pump - Domestic Reman:

          good part a pain to put in but easy to put in . but the antifreeze cost more than the part. it took five gallons of it at 13 bucks a gallon. once you get the fan cover off lot goes real quick . when you do this replace your thermostat its hard to get to later on

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          7 Questions | 12 Answers
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          • Q:

            Would a bad water pump cause the heater in the truck not to blow hot air.1993 Dodge Dakota V6 Magnum The motor doesn't run hot. It circulates in the radiator ,already changed thermostate to 195-f . Can hear rattling sound when idling occasionaly.If motor held at high rpm for period of time 3-4 minutes at 3500 rpms heater then will start blowing hot air.That tells me heater core is not plugged.Could it be the pump
            Asked on 11/15/2013 by Bern from Plover Wisconsin

            2 answers

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              A:

              Hi Bern, the water pump could possibly the problem. However, without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it nor provide you with a 100% answer. We would suggest that you take your vehicle to a certified mechanic for further diagnosis.

              Answered on 11/16/2013 by Steve from AAP
            • A:

              air in the heater hose
              at the top by the firewall

              Answered on 11/27/2014 by Rick C from Port Clinton, Ohio
          • Q:

            Is the torque value 18 ft lbs and also is a coolant sealer needed on ANY of the threaded bolts (to keep anti-freeze from leaking out).

            I did notice either some locktite or something on two of the bolts that came out of the block..
            Asked on 10/15/2013 by Scott from Florida

            1 answer

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              A:

              Hi Scott, the Driveworks Water Pump - Remanufactured - Part No. 58-560 will require 30 ft lbs and you will have to use a thread sealer. You can just follow to old criss cross or X method. Don't fully torque one side and then the other, first start out by bolting it down, wrist tighten then go back and torque the bolts.

              Answered on 10/16/2013 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
          • Q:

            can a water pump be bad even if it doesn't make noise and isn't leaking? I thought my clutch fan was bad...but after the new one installed ...nothing has changed..temp keeps climbing...water pump or perhaps the thermostat stuck?? something tells me that the water just isn't moving in there...thanks!
            Asked on 3/12/2011 by brucey from nj

            4 answers

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              A:

              I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

              Answered on 3/14/2011 by Parts Guru Geo from AAP
            • A:

              I'd look into the thermostat being stuck first, its very easy to check. Just take the thermostat out and put it in a pan with water and heat the water up on the stove. If nothing happens then you have a bad thermostat. Your radiator might also have some blockage in it too. To check this, just run the vehicle and when it gets hot start feeling the radiato to see if it has hot and cold spots. If it has cold spots then the raditor is clogged cooling passages because there's no hot coolant flowing through the radiator. Your cooling system may also have an air pocket in it. If this is the case, then you need to get the air out by opening the system at its highest point, or there's a funnel with tube that connects to where the radiator cap is that rasies the highest point in the system allowing the air to escape at the highest point.

              Answered on 3/24/2011 by Jared the Technician from Sheffield, PA
            • A:

              It's easy to determine if the problem is the water pump. Remove the belt and with both hand try to wiggle the fan if you see the pulley wiggle or feel the fan shift then it's the water pump. I have been through this before.

              Answered on 8/22/2013 by Daddy-Fic-it from VA
            • A:

              your radiator flutes may be clogged get radiator checked

              Answered on 11/4/2014 by scooby from nc
          • Q:

            yes i have a 1998 dodge ram 318 i am having belt squeeking i have change the belt,tenisoner,idle pully and it is still doing it. i was told to use soap on the belt and it stop for a little while and started back. please help i dont no what else to do.
            Asked on 10/25/2010 by tebow from dalton ga

            1 answer

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              A:

              It could be another pulley that is causing the noise.

              Answered on 10/27/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
          • Q:

            what kind of noise does the water pump make if its bad?
            Asked on 10/24/2010 by tebow from Dalton Ga

            2 answers

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              A:

              It may make a light whining noise but usually there is no noise. Usually, you will notice movement in the pulley and leaking from the pump.

              Answered on 10/25/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
            • A:

              I currently have a water pump going out on my 99 Dodge Dakota. It is not leaking, but the bearings are shot. The pulley has play in it, which means the fan has lots of movement. You can hear the bearings rattling/grinding and making the whining/chirping noises you'd expect to hear from anything with bad bearings. I have just recently started to faintly smell antifreeze, but have yet to see any.

              Answered on 8/26/2011 by Rock4Jesus from Ottawa, KS
          • Q:

            the pully is makeing a lot of sound fan belt comeing a part do i need to change the water pump or the pully
            Asked on 9/10/2010 by dean from aberdeen n.c

            1 answer

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              A:

              I would recommend replacing thebelt and just the pulley if you can get the pulley off.

              Answered on 9/10/2010 by Kevin from AAP
          • Q:

            do the pully come differnt from the water pump
            Asked on 9/10/2010 by dean from aberdeen nc

            1 answer

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              A:

              To further assist you on this question could you provide the vehicle's year, make, model, and engine size.

              Answered on 9/10/2010 by Kevin from AAP
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