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The water pump bolts directly to the engine block, using a gasket for pump-to-block sealing, The water pump is driven by the timing belt and is serviced as a unit.Disconnect battery ground cable.Remove crankshaft drive pulleys and torsional damper,and Right Engine Mount & Bracket.Place a jack under engine to support and slightly raise engine, then remove engine mount bracket.
Remove timing belt cover, then mark belt running direction for reinstallation.
Loosen timing belt tensioner, then remove belt and crankshaft sprocket flange shield.
Drain cooling system.
Remove water pump mounting bolts.
Separate water pump from water inlet pipe, then remove water pump.
Reverse procedure to install, noting the following:
Use a new O-ring on water inlet pipe.
Torque water pump mounting bolts to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).

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I do not know if already have done it. The water pump in located on the lower left side, and you have to either jack up the car remove the leftside engine mount and both the plastic covers over the timing belt to get access. Obs. drain the water first and just to be safe remove the + cable from the battery.
Be also aware of the grounding cable from the alternator to the firewall if this brake your alternator could break down.Before you can get to the pump you have to get rid of the timing belt.
1)Then you first lower the tension by using the square part of a 1/4 " of a wrench. Put it in the hole and bend hard forward!! then grab the belt and slip it over the wheel so it is free, release the tensioner pressure
2) Then you most probably also have to remove the timing belt tensioner itself.
3)Then carefully remove the bolts that keeps the water pump in place and remove it. Clean the area and check that you new pump have the o-ring around its outlet, use correctly type of packing sement or what ever the dealers says, reassemlbe and the job should be done.
4) Be aware of that the tensioner belt MUST back in same position.
I hope this works for you
Jack Andersen Crysler owner in Norway

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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Need to loosen bolts for the water pump pulley. Remove belt and then remove pulley. Should be 5 10mm bolts holding the pump on. Remove the bolts. Reinstall in reverse order. Refill with new coolant.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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First remove the serp. belt, then drain your engine coolant. now unblot the waterpump, there isn't going to be much clearance between the body and the engine to remove so there are slotted holes that once the pulley is unbolted it will turn and slide closer to the pump. and once the pump is unbolted you will have to try and pry the engine over while sliding the unit out. You are probably going to need assistance. and be careful not to slip when installing the new pump because the blades on the back of the pump are likely to be plastic and will break if the motor swings back towards the body with the pump 1/2 way in.

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I do not know if already have done it. The water pump in located on the lower left side, and you have to either jack up the car remove the leftside engine mount and both the plastic covers over the timing belt to get access. Obs. drain the water first and just to be safe remove the + cable from the battery.
Be also aware of the grounding cable from the alternator to the firewall if this brake your alternator could break down.Before you can get to the pump you have to get rid of the timing belt.
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3)Then carefully remove the bolts that keeps the water pump in place and remove it. Clean the area and check that you new pump have the o-ring around its outlet, use correctly type of packing sement or what ever the dealers says, reassemlbe and the job should be done.
4) Be aware of that the tensioner belt MUST back in same position.
I hope this works for you
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