Auxiliary turbo pump

Derek Pulvino dbpulvino at
Fri May 28 14:58:33 EDT 2004

Amen...and that's the first I've seen the etymology of propholactic.

As to the heater valve, I think I'll be replacing that real soon as I've 
notice that short hose leaking and on looking deeper it appears the valve is 
as well.

Derek P
>As far as I could see, most of the steam came out from the joint between 
>the black impeller housing and the motor. Couldn't see that joint well when 
>the pump was in the car, because of the rubber donut that mounts the pump 
>and covers the joint. I did not see any option for repairing it, and I did 
>not know precisely where the leak was-- presumably there must be some kind 
>of a seal on the motor/impeller shaft.
>Anyway, I was able to get a good one at a reasonable price, on Ebay. Pro 
>(for) the phylaxis (health) of my engine, I thus decided to fix what broke. 
>As for the heater valve I am going to replace, that is another piece of 13 
>year-old plastic that often breaks, that only costs $20, and will save that 
>much in antifreeze and aggravation.
>Dan Wing

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