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Water pump hay my water pump is cracked ive already brough a new one can anyone give me step by step instructions on putting it in and take the old one out and does anyone know about timing prosess thanks

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    Mechanic said it's where the housing attaches to the engine, did he crack it?

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Here a good for online repair with good pictures...www.autozone.com.....just pick make and rest..then on top left type what part you want hit go..click on the part.. then scroll down . at the bottom of the you will see repair manuals just click on it..

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Assuming you are mechanicaly inclined, and have the tools? Your best bet is check out a Chiltons manual for your particular car at the local library or buy one if you plan on keeping the car any length of time. Some water pumps can be very complicated to install. For instance, My Mitsubishi required the removal of the timing belt, very technical for the average backyard mechanic, but I managed with a Chilton's manual. Supplying that info here would be near impossible. Good luck

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