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Water pump what all needs to be removed,and are floor jacks needed?

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The engine does not have to be lifted. Once u take out the cool reservoir and move aside the power steering reservoir also there is a lot of room. Take of the serpentine belt; remove the alternator; then u remove the four bolts on the pulley of the water pump. If it is factory u might have to tap it of slightly from the back of the pulley. then u have 3 bolts and the top of the pump then u have on underneath. all four of the bolts are 13 mm.

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The water pump is on the front of the engine toward the side with all the belts. Floor jacks are not needed. The serpentine belt will need to come off and anything else that may use the water pump itself as a bracket.

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The belt and the water pump pulley, eng must be lifted to get water pump pulley off, after that the R&R is easy.

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