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WATER PUMP REMOVEL 87 SUZUKI SAMURAI

HI, I HAVE A87 SAMARAI AND I CANT FIGURE OUT HOW TO REMOVE THE WATER PUMP. IFOUND THREE OF THE BOLTS BUT WHERE ARE THE OTHERS???????
ANY ONE KNOW????????

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  • plotk5 Feb 01, 2009

    SORRY, THAT DIDN'T HELP. WHERE ARE THE BOLTS LOCATED?

  • plotk5 Feb 01, 2009

    THANK YOU!!! SO IT IS UNDER THE TIMING BELT COVER! OK, GOT IT. THANKS FOR THE HELP, AND ENJOY YOUR SHOW!!!!

    LES

  • plotk5 Feb 01, 2009

    I TRIED TO TAKE OFF THE TIMING BELT COVER, BUT THE BOTTOM PULLY IS IN THE WAY!! MAYBE I CAN MOVE THE PLASTIC COVER OUT OF THE WAY BUT IS IS TOUGH TO GET TO ONE SIDE!!

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    The water pump will not budge i removed all the bolts and tried a pry bar and nothing i can get a scraper behind it but it will not come off.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    water pump removal

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This one of them 4x4 jeepy things , you have to remove the viscous fan to get at the bolts if memory serves me i think their is 5 or 6 bolts

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  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Feb 01, 2009

    sorry getting old and senile and cant remember everything i have worked on,over head cam engine pump in middle of block you need to remove the timing belt cover .iam suffering from old timers tonight big time ,changed one on a german womans motor about 3 yrs ago .if it come back to me i will post again but ice road truckes on tv in 10 mins and i musnt miss it.

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Feb 02, 2009

    right to undo bottom pulley bolt is easy use a socket and and a big bar .place socket and bar on pulley bolt with bar out of bottom of engine to the floor left side looking from from of car .wedge it against side of chassis and then crank engine for 2/3 secs max and the starter motor will slacken the bolt for you

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