timing belt/water pump on 2003 Honda Civic

Thank you for the estimate to replace the timing but, but can you add the estimate to include the water pump?

by in Mahopac, NY on April 12, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on April 12, 2009
The water pump is driven by the timing belt. Once the timing belt is removed the additional labor to drain the cooling system and replace the water pump will be .5 hour, add .2 for each camshaft and crankshaft seal replaced as well.
ANSWER by on October 18, 2010
timingbelt/water pump mazda626 1999
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