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first you need to find out if the pump is internal or external. If external then you can do it. If it is internal then you will need to tear down front of motor which can be a job. depends on how much you know about working on cars.If internal pump you will need to set the timing again and in alot of cases you have to remove motor mounts remove pullies and on and on. can be a big job. most external pumps are not that hard to change.