Water Pump Repair and Replacement in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Part of our Better Mechanical Service

Gasoline keeps your car moving, but other fluids keep your engine working. Coolant or anti-freeze is necessary to keep your engine temperature regulated. If the water pump is not working, your car’s engine may be at risk. Quanz Auto Care can diagnose and fix water pump issues on every make and model.

Signs Your Car’s Water Pump Is in Trouble

The water pump is responsible for cycling coolant or anti-freeze through the engine. There are two main reasons why this may not be happening:

  1. The car’s water pump itself is broken
  2. There is too little or no coolant or anti-freeze to cycle

How can you tell?

If the car’s water pump is broken, no fluid will move through the system. As a result, your engine is likely to overheat. Watch the engine temperature gauge. If left unchecked, the “Check Engine” light may go on, signaling engine damage.

If there is a fluid leak, you may notice pools of liquid under the front of your car. You may distinguish coolant/anti-freeze from other fluids by its sweet smell and thin, slick feel. (Caution: the sweet smell (and taste) of coolants or anti-freezes attract pets, but many types are still toxic.)

Quality Water Pump Repair

The ASE-certified master technicians at Quanz Auto Care have the skills and experience to diagnose all types of problems with water pumps. Once we identify the issue, we will prepare a free estimate for mechanical services.

We confidently stand behind all our water pump repairs with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty.

Contact us to schedule your car’s water pump repairs at our Westside Albuquerque, NM location. Please let us know if you need free shuttle service to your home or work.

Call Quanz Auto Care for water pump repair to keep your engine cool. Westside: 505-897-1949 • Eastside: 505-897-1950 • Rio Rancho: 505-897-1955

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