- July 9, 2006
- Reaction score
- City, State
- Houston, Baton Rouge
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- 2006 Mountaineer
So are you saying the 3.7L Cyclone pump is easier to change?The chain guides on these barely wear as long as they are taking care of. Just did a 13 Taurus recently with 130k and there wasn't a bit of wear on the guides. Put the pump in and put it back together, took about 7 hours total in a fully equipped shop. I'd do any of the cyclone water pumps in a driveway unless it's in an Edge. They can be done from the top but are super super tight. Only takes about 2 hours to drop the subframe in a shop.
I just found this randomly seeing if there was cooler thermostat for my wifes 13 MKZ 3.7L
So now I'm freaked out. lol
Only have 45K on the MKZ so I guess I should be fine a while. but I guess I will get rid of this car when it close to 100K
I have to tell my parents about this too since they have a 2013 Explorer.