There is a hole in the back water pump pully a nd u can get to it on the passangers side of the motor .there are two pins in the front of the head holding the timing chain guids u will have remove them . have fun.
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the viscus fan is removed buy turning the nut clockwise the way yo would normaly tighting most things as its a left hand thred . you do this by using a viscus fan spanner or a chisel and hammer with a strong sharp hit.
First of all, remove the water hose pipes, unclip radiator, lose the fan belt (see the tightening screw at the back of the generator), remove the fan belt (remember the sequence to reinstal), unsrew the fan bolt and take the fan off, then remove radiarot, behind the radiator, there is the water pump screwed by 6 bolts, unscrew the bolt and u will get that! Hope this will solve the problem
I've never seen a cracked block leak oil. Have problem verified so there is no "or" in your problem. As far as first time jobs, a head gasket on a mercedes is not where to start learning. If its a valve cover gasket, yes try it...otherwise have a quallified pro do the work.
Drain the coolant Remove air cleaner assembly Disconnect water hoses from radiator Remove drive belt Remove power steering pump Remove water pump drive pulley Loosten hose clamps on cylinder head tp water pump cooling line Remove water pump mounting bolts and water pump
Just reverse these procedures to install new pump.