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1998 Isuzu Rodeo w/ 3.2l Water Pump

Does the engine need to be on TDC when changing out the water pump and timing belt?

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  • Paul Broadhurst Jan 07, 2009

    Doesnt the timing belt come off when the pump is done due to the pump being timing belt driven?

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Water pump,No
Timing belt,Yes

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Jan 07, 2009

    Yes,but the water pump doesn't have to be set with the timing.

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    Fig. TDC alignment mark locations for the crankshaft sprocket-1.7L engine




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  8. Let the engine idle for about five minutes with the throttle fully closed.
  9. If the radiator fan comes on during the five minutes, do not count this toward the five minute programming time.
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