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Old 06-25-2006, 11:44 AM   #1
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Talking water pump problems

My problem was that I was losing coolant quick and so I proceeded to replace the thermostat. That didn't work so I change some of the hoses and tat wasn't it either. Now I am attempting to change the water pump but I have no idea how. I already bought the water pump and ready to do it I just need some help. Can someone direct me to a page where it can guide me?


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THat's the timing how-to I submitted, Thwater pump is easy to remove once you do the above procedure in the link, Remove the water pump pulley by removing the 3 bolts holding it on, then remove timing components to gain acess to the Water pump, which is held in by 4 bolts and a rubber gasket/seal. If your replacing your water pump then you should do a timing belt as a precaution. And if your loosing coolant check the tank, sometimes they crack and only release coolant when they get hot (expand and release coolant in small amounts)

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