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How to change a water pump on a 1994 mazda millenia with a v6dohc

Was wondering where it is located and should the timimg belt should replaced to? the car has been running warmer than it has been. and i been using radiator fluid about every two weeeks that makes me think its the water pump

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If you have no antifreeze on the ground, your header is cracked. Its not the water pump. Does your oil look unusually brown instead of black? or are there foamy deposits on the dipstick?

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