Justin Ward: Thanks for the video, it was very helpful
Chris Zona: 1994
Kasey Greene: Thank you so much for this video. I got 5 miles down the street before the water pump sprang a leak and forced me to limp home. One of those stupid chain events that tends to happen after your radiator gets a crack. Thankfully my 1993 Dakota isn't far off from the '95. Now I can get this water pump replaced and get into town for some last minute Christmas shopping! Yay!
youngchris209: how much would labor cost for this repair ?
William Carroll: Great video and thanks because I will be doing my Durango soon
dj michell Miranda: Saludos no hablo ingles pero tu vídeo muy muy útil muchas gracias yo tengo una ram charger 2000 5.2 vivo en Mexico. Gracias
Christian Guerrier: Great video! Thanks for sharing!
srogan23: Thank you for the clear HD video. I was out of town and didn't drive for 6 months. Came home and was leaking like crazy. Didn't have to miss work because of your awesome instruction. Thank you so much. Subscribed and liked!
PartTimeVloggers: I have to do this on a 96 1500 ram van in the morning.
Bruce Green: I was really stumped on how i was gonna get that dam fan off
Bruce Green: Sweet big help just did my thermostat on my 99 dodge durango got it all back together and it pissed it right out of my water pump REALLY SUCKED! Lol but my motors the exact set up so this vid helps alot! Thanks man
Gibby Gibson: what was that spray u used to hold the gasket
8721jayo: I have a 98 jeep cherokee 5.2 and im replacing the water pump you do need time because that upper bypass hose its a pain its kindda the same process thanks man best video ever ..
Louis Perez: I have a 1994 Dodge Dakota Sport. 3.9L v6 magnum. My question is the process the same on a V6? Or do I need to remove more parts?
bookguitarguy: Thanks for the video. Wouldn't you want to spray the napa sealer on the pump side of the gasket as well?? If it takes up imperfections on the engine side of the gasket, but there are imperfections/unevenness on the pump side, seems like you could still have a leak. Thanks again...
Chris Atkinson: Thank you so much.
Excellent informative and most importantly confident boosting.
craig1974 “the real one”: I have the same truck with the same engine, but a 1996. The only problem that really frustrated the hell out of me when doing that job is dealing with that little bypass hose. I had to unbolt the AC compressor just so i could get access to it. Yes those OEM spring clamps for the hoses are a pain.
Zachary Stepp: you can drop the fan throw the botum
2cyclemix: I'm gonna do mine this weekend, hopefully. It makes the sames ticking sound when pushing and pulling the fan. I get a squirt of coolant every now and then. Is that from a weep hole in the pump?
Hansika Cutie: love it Michael Kielba: I know its an old post but I have a A6300 with the 18-105 f4 for photography and video. I shoot "on stage" events and photos and the overheating and 30 min recording limit requires me to have a secondary camera that does not have those restrictions. Is the AX100 a good mate to the A6300 for multi cam 4k video? Your video is in daylight but have you tried the AX100 out indoors? I dont really see anything else comparable in this price range. The GH4 would work but the camera and a fast telephoto lens combo are a lot more money. The AX53's sensor is much smaller and probably would not be as good for events. Let me know what you think. Thanks. keziadickensoo88: You should see Sindee Lou Ella! Ryan Burkhart: I stopped playing after getting most of this gear. Im getting back into GW2 and I was hoping this build is still useful or should I just go with your newest build. jamie dehart: JESUS SAVES Mustafa Alsadiq: this guy is just reading off of a paper, even his jokes aren't funny -_- xXx MatePLS xXx: ez nagy finom