[DML] Re: Lifetime Water pump bolt questions
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[DML] Re: Lifetime Water pump bolt questions

Charles ,

The first thing you should do is invest in a metric tap and die set.  Availible at sears or an 
autoparts store sometimes.

Gently use the appropriate tap to chase the threads in the aluminum, caution should be 
taken so you don't create new threads. Be sure to put a drop of oil on the tap or WD-40. 
then blow out debrie from the holes. If you don't have compressed air , you can always 
buy air in a can as used for cleaning computers.

Then, I would recommend using the silver aluminum anti-seize compound.
As for silicone grease, I would recommend DOW-CORNING number 4. Check your local 
auto parts store or good hardware store.

Lastly, you can use a cooling system tester and pressurize the system to 15 psi it should 
hold for 10-15 minutes without moving if everything is tight. besure to look under the 
entire car for drips and tighten any hose clamps as needed.

Check with your local auto parts store for the tester kit some stores rent them out .  I now 
that CheckerAuto does. 


Dennis  5180

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Charles Major" <charlesmajor@xxxx> wrote:
> I am down in the valley of the shadow of death for me because I broke no 
> bolts getting everything off. Some of my bolts were "thin" in the middle do 
> to rust! I have new bolts, but want to try to solve this issue.
> -Can't use stainless
> -Could slop on copper anti-seze
> -Could coat each bolt with clear silicon as I put them in
> NEXT- I was told to use Silicon grease on the rubber seal on the intake, 
> only place I have found this on the net is grease watches? Any retailer have 
> this?
> LAST- How do I KNOW that when I have it all back togeter that I would not be 
> weeping water, and then sobbing in tears.
> -Is there a way to put pressure on the system and will that work?
> Charles- 16835

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