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How do i remove and install a water pump on a 2006 impala 3500 v6

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SOURCE: i need a serpentine belt assembly guide or diagram for a 2006 3.5 liter v6 chevrolet impala

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SOURCE: how to change a water pump

if I remeber correctly, this has a 5.7 Corvette engine, very difficult. Go to Auto Zone and purchace the repair manual on DVD/CD rom.

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where is a water pump on a 2005 chevy impala

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im having this problem now getting ready to replace my water pump i hope it is what it is if not what did u come up with thanks for youe input

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Lucky you! I have the same issue with my '06 Impala LT. It is run off the serpentine belt and it is at the top front of the engine. I plan to replace mine next weekend so I'll take notes, and let you know how it is done and what to watch out for. Meanwhile, you can check out this website: There is a subscription charge. I also found this link:

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How to replace waterpump

step 1. drain cooling system.
step 2. remove battery and battery tray.
step 3. remove drive belt.
step 4. remove water pump bolts ( 318 ).
step 5. remove water pump ( 300 ) and water pump gasket ( 314 ).discard gasket.
step 6. inspect and clean gasket mating serface.
step 7. install new water pump and gasket and tighten bolts to 89 in. lbs.
step 8. install drive belt.
step 9. install battery tray and battery.
step 10. fill cooling system.

Book time is 1.5 hours ( this one is what we call a gravy run ) good luck


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Water pump replace

Water Pump Replacement (3.8L)

Removal Procedure
  1. Drain the cooling system.
  2. Loosen the water pump pulley bolts.
  3. Remove the drive belt.
    1. Remove the water pump pulley bolts.
    2. Remove the water pump pulley.
    3. Remove the power steering pump and reposition.
    4. Remove the water pump bolts.
      1. Remove the water pump.
      2. Remove the water pump gasket.
      3. Clean and inspect the water pump mating surfaces.
      Installation Procedure
      1. Install the water pump gasket.
      2. Install the water pump.
        1. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions. Install the water pump bolts.
          • Tighten the long water pump bolts to 34 Nm (25 ft. lbs.) .
          • Tighten the short water pump bolts to 22 Nm (16 ft. lbs.) .
            1. Install the water pump pulley.
            2. Install the water pump pulley bolts.
              • Tighten the bolts to 13 Nm (115 inch lbs.) .
            1. Install the power steering pump.
            2. Install the drive belt.
            3. Fill the cooling system.
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No heat when engine temp is normal.

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