Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
My 1995, 6 Cylinder, 3.4 Liter Camaro was leaking anti-freeze everywhere! So we figured out that it was the water pump but we cant get the water pump out! We have removed all the nurs and bolts but there is one behind the power steering pully and we can get to it or get the power steering pully off....plz help!!!!
For those attempting this, it must be known that to get to last pump bolts the mounting bracket for the coil packs has to be removed. But to do this you have to remove the power steering pump pulley, and for that you need a special tool. The kit cost about $65.00 and has the adapters to not only pull off the pulley, but has studs that thread into the end of the power steering pumps shaft to get it back on. Also make note that the bolts around the circumference of the water pump all need to be torqued to specific inch/ pounds and ft/pounds, so a torque wrench is needed.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 15, 2013
Usually, the socket wrench would fit in the holes of the steering pulley. that is what they are for.
the steering pulley has three holes and you can adjust it so that the sockets could go through it and loosen one of the bolt that is holding the power steering pulley.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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