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Water pump i cant find the bolts to the water pump. can anyone send me a scamatic or drwing of the location. thanks in advance. my email is damosr032271@yahoo.com.

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  • damosr032271 Nov 30, 2008

    thanks for the info. I do have a 3.0. I found the bolts the hard way lol. It's a pain in the backside to get to cause you have to remove everthing to get to it.

  • frankster016 May 11, 2010

    N ot sure what engine you have??? We do need a bit of info to go on! Frankster016

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Hi had to replace my water pump. And know I have a really loud squeaky sound coming from my belt area. Please help.
    Thanks Wynn
    Email. wynncovell@gmail.com

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If you have a 2.5L 4cyl, the bolts are under the timing cover. If the engine is a 3.0L the bolts are also under the timing cover. Both require removal of the timing belt. If it's a 3.3L the bolts should be able to be seen.

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