Your Honda water pump plays the starring role in the cooling system of your vehicle, even though it is not as obvious as the radiator. Without the Honda water pump pushing the cooling fluids through the vehicle, your radiator would be useless. That's why one of the prime symptoms of a struggling water pump is overheating that often seems inappropriate in the context of your driving situation, such as when you've only been on the road for a short time. If you experience overheating that seems to have no logical reason -- your coolant levels are fine, no leaks in the radiator hose, with no other obvious reason for the problem -- you may want to take a look at the Honda water pump belt, making sure that it is in good condition and still in position. Sometimes as a Honda water pump moves towards failure, it will work intermittently, but when you start to hear threatening whining or grinding noises, you should assume that you are on the edge of complete failure, and attend to the Honda water pump as soon as possible. Once that noise sets in, be prepared, because every trip from that point on can result in you being stranded on the side of the road with a steaming engine and a failed Honda water pump. If the time has come to replace your Honda water pump, you'll find just the right replacement part for your year and model of vehicle in our online catalog, put together specifically in a manner that makes locating parts for your specific vehicle fast and easy. Ordering is also fast and easy, as well as safe, whether you choose to use our secure online ordering system or prefer to dial our toll-free telephone number.