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u will have to 1st remove the clutch fan, and losen the belt by turning the tensioner,then remove the fan shroud,this will allow you to remove the fan completely,then once the fan is removed this will allow you ful access to the water pump.at times the pump will be seized onto the engine block so it may require some shaking back and forth.once removed,you can use a thin coat of vascaline to seat the new gasket onto the new pump...good luck.
You did not mention the year, but in general, you pop the plastic dust cap off the center of the pulley and use an allan wrench or socket, whatever fits the bolt in the center of the pulley, to twist the pully assembly to compress the spring so the belt slips off. Some tensioners have a hole that you can slip a nail into to hold them retracted until the new belt is in place.
remove top of fan cowling 2 clips draw a diagram of belt route put spanner on tensioner pulley bolt turn clockwise remove belt with assistant helping keep tensioner pulled back fit new belt over pulleys release tensioner onto belt refit cover
loosen off the alternator about 1 inch, then slip off the belt, replace belt, then re-adjust alternator till its bolts are finger tight, check the movement in belt by pushing down on belt with finger till it moves only 1 inch of movement, on the longest part of the belt )......then tighten the alternator bolts
the belt is very long but it zig zags round all the pulleys,do you have air con?Whatever happens,round one pulley multi v then back of belt round idle then repeat all the way round..good luck..the little shock-spring tensioner is a pain also
it is hard to change a fan belt, coz you need to take off the radiator first to have a better view on the belt. then take off the fan it self then you need to loose all the belt tensioners there's 3 of them.
slacken the alternator pivot mounting bolt and the adjusting arm bolt then move the alternator towards the engine . slip the drivebelt off the alternator pulley.refitting is the revers sequence of removal, but before titgtening the muonting and adjusting arm bolt, tension the drivebelt.
to do it correctly you need a tension gauge, however it is possible without. make sure your timing marks are correct,flywheel locked and camshaft locking tool in place. slacken camshaft sprocket bolt and turn clockwise to stop. fit timing belt in an anticlockwise direction starting at the crankshaft, ensure belt is taught on the non tensioned side between sprockets. turn tensioner pully anticlockwise, untill you can turn belt 90 degrees with finger and thumb pressure. tighten tensioner. tighten camshaft sproket bolt to 63nm. Remove all locking tools. turn engine 2 revolutions from the crankshaft pulley by hand. DO NOT START AT THIS STAGE!!!!!!!! refit all locking tools, if at any stage the engine locks or the tools will not refit, you have done something wrong. Go back to stage one. Check belt tension finger and thumb method, retension as required. turn again by hand. re fit all components and start. If you have whining noises the tension is too tight. Flapping or banging noises too loose. This is not a fool proof method and you have to be aware of the failings of fitting timing belts without the correct tools etc. ENGINE DAMAGE WILL OCCUR IF FITTED INCORRECTLY. A good garage should charge no more than 2.5 hours for this work to be carried out, with a warranty. Hope this helps
Dis-connect battery, drain coolant, remove fan & radiator cowling ( fan coupling has a left hand thread ) undo 4 x retaining bolts in water pump housing. To get the pump out, you may have to tap it slightly & lever it about as the body fits inside an alloy casting. Before you refit, make sure the housing the pump fit into it clean & free from corrosion or pitting by cleaning with some medium to fine abrasive paper. Put some grease ( not sealer ) around the new pump seal & refit everything else. Remember to bleed the air out of the cooling system before driving. Hope this helps & good luck !