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xico_ze54

posted on 17/9/08 at 10:19 AM Reply With Quote
ford pinto water pump

does the ford pinto water pump is the same to all engines, pinto or crossflow, 1300, 1600 & 2000?

BTW: what's the main difference between Pinto & crossflow?

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02GF74

posted on 17/9/08 at 11:20 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by xico_ze54
does the ford pinto water pump is the same to all engines, pinto or crossflow, 1300, 1600 & 2000?
i reckon not. below is xflow followed by pinto


BTW: what's the main difference between Pinto & crossflow?
about 50 kg!!

.... but main is xflow is ohv whereas pinto was ohc



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xico_ze54

posted on 17/9/08 at 12:08 PM Reply With Quote
those water pumps seems not to be the same as mine.

could you tell me what kind of type my pump is? pinto or x-flow?

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posted on 17/9/08 at 12:11 PM Reply With Quote
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02GF74

posted on 17/9/08 at 12:16 PM Reply With Quote
i am not expert but would say yours is pinto.

possible reason why is the drive flange is different is that one pump is fixed fan, the other for viscous.





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xico_ze54

posted on 17/9/08 at 03:15 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by 02GF74
i am not expert but would say yours is pinto.

possible reason why is the drive flange is different is that one pump is fixed fan, the other for viscous.

I'm sorry but my technical english is not so good as I liked.

what's the difference between the two? as I know the fixed fan will attach to the puley that is fixed to the flange.

and the viscous thing what it is?

sorry for my lack of technical therms

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jollygreengiant

posted on 17/9/08 at 04:16 PM Reply With Quote
The V belt pulleys are the same for Viscous or Non viscous water pump.

The difference between pinto water pumps is that one pump will have a solid nose/spigot onto which a rigid fan blade is mounted (non Viscous).

Whilst a water pump for a Viscous Fan (large multi blade fan mounted onto a hub with small cooling fins one side, connecting through a temperate affected Clutch [the clutch slips when cold but grips when hot] to the other side with a big nut with internal left hand threads). This whole unit connects onto the large diameter left hand thread nose of the Viscous water pump.


I hope this is clear for you to understand.





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