Is a Water Pump considered part of the 100 k. Driveline Warranty???

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Dave in Lake Villa, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. Or, does the water pump fall into the 5 years/50 k. mile Bumper to
    Bumper warranty ? If it falls into the latter, how much sense does it
    make to replace the water pump at the same time the mechanic does the
    scheduled Timing Belt replacement ? Thanks.
    Dave in Lake Villa, Apr 10, 2007
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  2. Dave in Lake Villa

    Ken Guest

    Make up your mind, Dimwit...
    How does a 100K Driveline Warranty become a 5/50 B2B Warranty in the
    next line?
    And how cum you can't change your own timing belt, Lamo?
    Ken, Apr 10, 2007
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  3. Dave in Lake Villa

    Rob Guest

    Thanks for your leave.
    Rob, Apr 10, 2007

  4. Depends on your tolerance to pain. If the water pump goes at 100,001 miles
    you will pay for the same labor as just paid at the time of the timing belt
    change. If you have the pump replaced, you pay only for the part, maybe a
    few $ for the extra labor, but not much.

    I'd certainly consider it on the first change, I'd definitely do it at the
    second belt change at 120K.
    Edwin Pawlowski, Apr 11, 2007
  5. Dave in Lake Villa

    hyundaitech Guest

    Water pump is 10/100. You shouldn't consider changing until due for the
    second timing belt (unless you're not the original owner).
    hyundaitech, Apr 11, 2007
  6. Dave in Lake Villa

    Tom Guest

    Where in the world did this 'Ken' character come from? This has been a
    suprisingly civil user group compared to most and along comes this fool with
    the nasty comments.
    Tom, Apr 11, 2007
  7. Dave in Lake Villa

    Ken Guest

    Dude! Speaking of Fools and unwelcome comments,you could just as well
    could be axing where Dave has come from and where he usually hangs out
    Google up any of his many webtv nics for a seclection of his posts in
    swinger, abortion, divorce, marriage, and dating where he is just as
    unwelcome as I am in here

    Ken, Apr 11, 2007
  8. Dave in Lake Villa

    hyundaitech Guest

    Since I don't go to any of those other places, I don't care what he posts
    there. I only care what he posts here.

    If you don't like what Dave posts there, you should go *there* to bother
    him, not here. By posting this here, Ken, you're the one being rude. And
    that's why it was suggested that we'd rather not hear from you. Of course,
    if you posted something germane to the thread, I doubt there'd be any
    conflict over that.

    Dave is polite and considerate with the vast majority of what he posts
    here. All of us should strongly consider following that behavior.
    hyundaitech, Apr 11, 2007
  9. <pointless drivel snipped>

    If you followed Dave here just to harass him, take a hike! This is a
    forum for Hyundai owners or drivers. If you have no interests in Hyundai
    cars or anything useful to contribute, get lost. We don't need your
    "help" to determine whether a post is pertinent or not. If you get so
    riled up about the goings-on on Usenet forums that you actually pursue
    some from group to group, perhaps you need to re-evaluate the priorities
    in your life...or get a life, for that matter.
    Brian Nystrom, Apr 11, 2007
  10. Dave in Lake Villa

    Matt Whiting Guest

    Axing? Rude and illiterate all in one.
    Matt Whiting, Apr 11, 2007
  11. Dave in Lake Villa

    Sue Guest

    Your group's fortunate we all don't follow Dave into here
    He has quite an unwelcome history of annoying many people in many

    Sue, Apr 12, 2007
  12. Dave in Lake Villa

    Mike Marlow Guest

    So do the people who follow him into places like this and carry on their
    little battles. Please do us a favor and keep your issues with this guy to
    yourselves. We don't need public defenders. If Dave proves to be
    problematic, we'll get through it without the help of a bunch of people
    chasing him around. If he doesn't, we won't have an issue to worry about.
    Once you guys follow him here and start your stuff up, we have a problematic
    situation and the problem is you, not Dave.
    Mike Marlow, Apr 12, 2007
  13. What do you think you are, "Internet vigilantes" or something? Is there
    a band of you bouncing from forum to forum, "saving" the web from
    Dave? How ridiculously childish is THAT!? Are your lives so empty that
    you have nothing better to do? Like it or not, there will always be
    people in the world that irritate you. Get over it, get a hobby, but at
    least get out of here. We don't need or want you.
    Brian Nystrom, Apr 12, 2007
  14. Thanks for the info on the water pump with timing belt replacement.

    Sorry this NG had to be inundated with my 'fan club' of Internet
    Stalkers ; some people will go to great malicious lengths if your
    beliefs are vastly different than theirs are.
    Dave in Lake Villa, Apr 12, 2007
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    Sue Guest

    We don't need or want you.

    Just like we don't want or need Dave in the groups, spouting
    his religious rhetoric on a daily basis. You're lucky he needs your
    motorcar help and isn't here to "convert" you

    Sue, Apr 12, 2007
  16. Dave in Lake Villa

    Eric G. Guest

    Is he doing something illegal? If so, report him to his ISP and let them
    take care of it. If not, then almost every newsgroup reader I have ever
    used has some type of kill-file option. Just add him to yours and you'll
    never hear from him again. It is so simple to do.

    Following him around and bad-mouthing him in other places is just plain
    childish and stupid. You act no better than what you claim he is doing,
    and in fact, you are probably even worse.

    Eric G., Apr 12, 2007
  17. Dave in Lake Villa

    hyundaitech Guest

    So how is causing a problem here going to resolve your problem there? What
    you're doing now is no better than what you're accusing Dave of doing.
    You've posted here for no reasons other than to harass Dave and try to
    turn us against him. We're big boys. We can make our own judgments about
    hyundaitech, Apr 12, 2007
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    Ken Guest

    Well Eric, Here are examples of how Dave makes himself unwelcome and
    all the excuses he uses for himself in doing so
    So should I and others use his same twisted logic to start flooding
    this group with nonsense?
    Nope, because I really don't think that would be appreciated, just as
    Dave isn't appreciated where he repeatedly spouts off, but THAT has
    NEVER stopped him..K

    DAVE'S REPLY: I AM an american of 1976 .
    is on my webtv menu which i pay $24.95 per month for, i
    should be entitled to coming to the NG. And..all others on my menu,
    whenever I want to, and as often as i want to.

    DAVE"S REPLY: Grossly incorrect. I address the culture issues of
    today which
    should be everyones business and concern , and proceed to show in a
    concise manner why The Bible is scientifically true , historically
    true pychologically, and true what it says about mankind from 4000
    to 2007 a.d. I especially elaborate on how The Bible shows willful
    ignorance and suppression of God given moral conscience so sexual
    hedonism (societies favorite pastime) can be indulged upon and why
    important for such people to deny that a personal Creator exists who
    owns them and whom they are responsible to so this sexual immorality
    be exploited.

    (Sure he SEEMS friendly at first)

    DAVE'S REPLY: If people dont wish to talk to me they have the option
    of not
    responding to me. I dont put anyone under duress . What others call
    'Fundy Trolling' , is really just an interest in me conducting a
    ministry for which i have been called.

    DAVE'S REPLY: I dont 'incite' a flame war at all, since i dont know
    Responders are going to respond ; what i post may be perfectly ok to
    such moral and wise people. Besides, i cant control how people react
    ... but i do have the right to post , freely, to NG's that appear on
    webtv menu which i pay monthly for . And, i can post new threads,
    answer old threads, or fix torn threads on my jacket if i so
    desire ;
    Ken, Apr 12, 2007
  19. Dave in Lake Villa

    Eric G. Guest

    Ken, what exactly are you trying to prove to me by citing examples? I
    don't really give a hoot about what he writes in your precious group.
    In our group his behavior has been much more acceptable than yours. If
    he were to stray seriously off-thread, he would get called on it. The
    after a few infractions that pissed me off, I would add him to my kill-
    file or confront him on it. This isn't brain surgery.
    You are already doing that, and no you shouldn't. BUT YOU ALREADY KNOW
    OK. What does that have to do with THIS GROUP???? Maybe Dave is trying
    to beat some sense into you since you seem to have a fairly thick skull
    for understanding the obvious.

    EXAMPLE: My neighbors kid, Tommy, has been throwing rocks at a friends
    house. The friend went over and complained. If Tommy's father told him
    to go scratch, would it now be OK for my fried to throw rocks at Tommy's
    house? Now you've got me comparing rocks to WORDS!!!

    Eric G., Apr 13, 2007
  20. Dave in Lake Villa

    Rob Guest

    Perhaps you should listen to Dave... He is only trying to help you. I'm sure
    a lot of people here will be glad to show you how to put him in your "kill
    file, ignore list, etc."

    Rob, Apr 13, 2007
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