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The only pump that will work in a GTP model is the pump for that model. And there are more than one tag number for the GTP.
Flow rates can be anything between 20 and 60 GPM.
You have to match the tag code for your car.
not at all if you remove the belt the alternator super charger ac and power steering pully can be turned easly but the crank and cam pully will not move unless you use a wrench or other tool as those are under pressure in the engine its self ie. crank has to move pistons and cam also, now it is possable the power steering may not move as freely as the others cause of the fluid it trys to pump but i havent seen that happen very often
The power steering pump is dead center on the top of the motor. If your standing on the passenger side the water pump is the next pulley to the right. The serpentine belt will go over the power steering pulley, under the water pump pulley, and then around the a/c compressor.
For the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix: I do not know if you have the 3.1L V6 or the 3.8L (including Super Charger) V6; however I have included both below...
For the 3.1L V6: Firing Order: 1-2-3-4-5-6 Cylinders: ......(back)....... '...1....3....5...' ____________ '...2....4....6...' .......(front) Ignition Coil Connections: .'.5..2.'..'.3..6.'..'.4..1.'
For the 3.8L V6 including the Super Charger: Firing Order: 1-6-5-4-3-2 Cylinders: .....(back)....... '...2....4....6...' ____________ '...1....3....5...' ......(front) Ignition Coil Connections: (back) o 6 o ---3 ___ o 2 o ---5 ___ o 4 o ---1 (front)
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first take the 4 bolts that hold the water pump pulley out, do this while the belt still on, it's easier because the pulley won't turn on you.
remove the pulley then take the 8 bolts around the water pump then pry the pump out.