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Water pump on a toyota landcruiser 4.2 ltr diesel

Do i need to remove the timing cover to exchange the worn out water pump

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Hi Scott_har892
In shortr yes,
If it's getting close to a timing belt change and or the water pump is about to fail do them both at the same time with the radiator removed (just makes it so much easier) while your are at it do the timing cover seals as well

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