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Replace timing belt and water pumpMotorcraft repairs

Reduce risk of engine damage with a Ford Motorcraft timing belt and water pump replacement.

The water pump in your engine is a vital component that helps ensure long, safe engine operations.

It pushes coolant from the radiator through the coolant system, into the engine and back around to the radiator.

As it’s a timing component, it features precision parts that work together, much like the working of a clock. Like any part of a car, the timing belt and water pump are subject to wear and tear. If they’re not working properly, your engine can overheat, making your vehicle liable to breakdown.

We take care to check the parts and if we find anything wrong we can repair or replace parts. It is recommended that when your timing belt is replaced, you also replace the water pump at the same time. This reduces your risk of engine damage and repeat repairs, and ensures continued safe motoring.

Ka, Fiesta,
Fusion, B-MAX, EcoSport (Recommended Retail Price)
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Transit / Tourneo Connect (Recommended Retail Price)
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Replace timing belt £475 £459 £349 £399 £519 N/A
Replace timing belt and water pump £540 £555 £449 £499 N/A N/A

All published prices are recommended retail prices and include parts, labour and VAT. All prices apply to Ford passenger cars and commercial vehicles with up to and including 2.5L engines and are applicable to retail customers only. RS models and LPG derivatives are excluded. See full terms and conditions for more information.



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