During the internal combustion process, the engine of your Toyota produces a large amount of heat, and if that heat is not removed from the system, serious and expensive engine damage could occur. Fortunately, your vehicle has an efficient cooling system installed, and it is powered by the Toyota water pump. This device pushes the coolant into the engine to absorb heat, and then the coolant is transferred into the radiator to be cooled by the flow of air. When enough heat has been removed from the coolant, the Toyota water pump transports it back into the engine to absorb more heat. When the engine is overheating regularly, the Toyota water pump should not be the first stop in your diagnostic procedure. The coolant level in the radiator should be checked, the hoses and radiator should be inspected for leaks, and the thermostat should be checked for proper operation. If none of these steps locate the problem, then the trouble may very well lie in the Toyota water pump. First, ensure that the belt powering it is in good condition and that it is properly tightened. If the belt is fine, then it may be time to replace the Toyota water pump. In our large online catalog, you will find the correct Toyota water pump to fit almost any model, at a much lower price than what the dealership would charge for a replacement. It is made to the same specifications and it has a full warranty from the manufacturer. Our Toyota water pump can be easily ordered from our secure web site or with a simple toll-free phone call to one of our helpful employees.