water pump on 2007 Toyota Camry

brought the car in for an oil change at 63000 miles and was told that the water pump was leaking. Should I change it when the car seems to be ok or wait?

by in Boynton Beach, FL on February 18, 2011
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on February 18, 2011
If you're unsure, get a second opinion on the water pump. If it is leaking you definately want to repair/replace the pump.
COMMENT by on February 18, 2011
Thanks How would I determine if it is leaking?
ANSWER by on February 18, 2011
I would say if you can see water under vehicle on ground - you either have a hose / clamp or it could be water pump leaking
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