I have checked the cable and it does spit out 12V. So whats wrong? Manifacture failure?
Is it any loud?Originally Posted by IzorkX;13095975
I just tried to put in a screwdriver in the pump, gently pushing the blade, and it now works...
It makes some noice, I'm not sure if its normal.
Kinda. But right now the radiator / pump is just on the floor, testing it. might be whyOriginally Posted by Zaiber;13096153
Is it any loud?
Make sure it is topped off with water and not filled halfway, if you don't finish filling up the res it makes some noise. if you top up the res and it's still loud you have a bad pump.Originally Posted by IzorkX;13096209
Kinda. But right now the radiator / pump is just on the floor, testing it. might be why
Originally Posted by Zaiber
They're really good kits, but they're pump do fail from factory sometimes. It's a rare sight but it does happen, so don't think it's garbage now.
Your fix makes me think that it wasn't the pump.Originally Posted by dazedfive;13114684
I also had a noisy pump. I contacted xspc and they sent me a new pump which was also noisy. I think its just a crappy pump. Well I'm running 50/50 antifreeze and the pumps are silent. It does add a couple degrees compared to just distilled water. I'm running it like this until I can afford a better pump. Then its back to straight water.
Strange.. could it be really air in the pump that causing this ? ive heard from some other dude in another forum that his pump do the exact same sound as mine.. also i hear from others that after some week they don't hear it anymore.. dunno what to do now.Originally Posted by dazedfive;13118583
If I put water back in it rattles. If I dilute the antifreeze to a certain point it starts rattling again.