How much is a water pump for 2002 Honda Civic?
Another thing to keep in mind is that some water pumps are easier to get to than others. The more your engine needs to be disassembled to access the water pump, the higher the labor costs. Taking all these points into consideration, you can expect to pay anywhere from $375 to $787 (including parts and labor). via
Where is the water pump on a 2002 Honda Civic EX?
To the left of the valve cover where the big rubber hoses connect to from the radiator. Registered!! You are correct. The water pump itself is located there. via
How long does water pumps last?
The average lifespan of a water pump is similar to the lifespan of a timing belt. They usually last 60,000 to 90,000 miles with the proper care. However, some cheaper water pumps may begin leaking at as low as 30,000 miles. via
Do Honda Civics have timing chains?
Honda CR-V and Civic models are equipped with a timing chain. via
How much does a timing belt cost for a 2003 Honda Civic?
Belts themselves aren't that expensive. The real cost is in the labor, because a lot of parts need to be disassembled to get to the belt. Shopping around to get a few quotes is your best bet to get the best deal, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $409 to $919 (including parts and labor). via
Can you patch a water pump leak?
K-Seal can repair most leaks in your engine's water pump casing and seals. via