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Re: what all is involved with replacing water pump on...
Your water pump is in the timing case and requires you to take timing case, timring belt, motor mount and water pump off, then you have to put all back on but you will need to make sure you reset the timing before starting the engine
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Yes, I think that would be possible. Plates would then have the wrong angles and could contact the rotors. Pull a wheel off for inspection. You should be able to see if the backing plates are correct or not, or what the problem is. Good luck.
Hello there: If the waTEKR IS NOT CIRCULATING THEN I WOULD CHECK THE WATER PUMP CAUSE IF THIS IS NOT WORKING THE WATER WILL NOT CIRCULATE ALSO YOU CAN ALSO FLUSH THE ENTIRE RADIATOR CAUSE THEY WILL GET CLOGGED AND THIS WILL RESULT IN A NON CIRCULATING CONDITION OK? HOPE THIS HAS BEEN VERY HELPFUL FOR YOU BEST REGARDS MICHAEL
first of all you are probably going to need a torque wrench for the crank shaft pulley bolt it has 225lbs.of torque or more.I just did one on my 1991 honda accord dx .you have to take off a/c belt ,alternator etc. on the crank pulley.(I took it to a shop and they heated the 3/4 in. bolt and used torque wrench. I broke a half inch breaker bar trying to get it offf) next use puller to take off crankshaft pulley.support motor and remove motor mount bracket. take off upper and lower timing belt covers.take off timing belt and other belt using the tensioners.take off and replace water pump CHECK ALL TIMING MARKS with #1 piston@TDC. There are about 6.