I have a 1990 TS. Here's the facts: This afternoon I started the car to go for a drive. On start-up, something (waterpump?) was squealing/screaming very loudly, so I waited for 30-45 seconds and it suddenly quit squealing. I left for a drive and everything was operating normally, except the squealing/screaming did start up again twice during the drive and spontaneously and then quit within a few (5-10 seconds). Water/oil temps normal were right in the middle of the gauges - (12'oclock) I drove the car 20 or so minutes. Within a mile of my house, I was in 2nd gear and the car seemed to lose almost all of its power and the "Check Engine 5/8" light came on and stayed. I gently drove the car home and it died while I was pulling up in my driveway. Would start just barely and then die. Again, normal operating temperatures, although I was alarmed that my fans weren't coming on to cool the engine when the car died. I pushed it into my garage and left it for 10 minutes. No leaks. Attempted a start and it started fine, but again with the squealing/screaming. Questions: Is this probably the water pump going out? Have I done damage to my car without knowing it? ANY HELP ON THIS IS MOST APPRECIATED. THANKS IN ADVANCE.