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Water pump I need a diagram for installing the water pump

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  • I_SARGEANT Mar 06, 2009

    I had a radiator leak, and put rad filler which solved the problem. I now have no heat coming in the car

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    Yes Thank you for the instructions.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    It is in the Fortd factory repair manual, do you have one?

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    The heater core is clogged up

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I don't have pictures for you but here is instructions:
Drain all the coolant.
Jack up the car on the front passenger side.
Remove the passenger side wheel.
Put a jack under the oil pan.
Detach the engine mounts on the passenger side of the car.
Remove all external belts.
Remove the upper timing belt cover bolts
Lower the engine using the jack.
Remove the water pump pulley. (3 bolts)
Remove the upper timing belt cover.
Disconnect the coolant line running across the front of the engine from the water pump. (2 bolts on a flange)
Pull the timing belt.
Pull the water pump.
Installation is just reversed.

If you need images, go to your local library. I never bought a manual, where is the fun in that? LOL plus everything I need to know can be found on the internet.

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