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Does that pump have a built -in filter like the Navistar?
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For comparison, I will report on my aluminum water pump. This was installed on 5/2/2018. It is AIRTEX AW4114 from RockAuto. It was installed along with Gooch flush, new thermostat, thermostat housing, fan, fan clutch, radiator, and Shell Rotella Ultra ELC. So far, no problems. It is working perfectly.

Does that one have the built-in filter like the Navistar?

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Does that one have the built-in filter like the Navistar?
No, I'm not using a filter.

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