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Old 03-17-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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04 Seabreeze how to replace house water pump

I have a 2004 Seabreeze LX 8311 Workhorse chassis that has developed a real noisy, low pressure house water pump. I need to know where it is and how difficult it is to replace. Also does anyone have a suggestion on a good pump to replace it with? Thanks, Tommy G
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On my 2005 Sea Breeze LX8321, the water pump is behind the water distribution panel in the sewer & water bin. Remove the 6 or 8 screws holding the panel and carefully pull the panel out and down. There are allot of hoses attached to the panel. The water pump is mounted to the floor. It shouldn't be to hard to replace since removing the panel is the biggest challenge.
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Hello Tommy G and welcome to irv2!

Once you find your water pump check the fittings for proper tightness. A loose intake fitting can draw air into the pump and cause a loud cavitation noise. Also make sure the FWT has enough water in it, so no air gets in the pump.
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