and? At least 3 engines.
what engine, we can not guess engine ever, nor country.
remove thermostat housing after coolant drained, all cars.
but waterpumps can be easy to hard.
some engines real hard, timing belt off, or worse.
ill pick one at random for you, dice rolled.
bam. lets go
usa alldata.com (so can you, so can Anyone with 15 bucks)
i click year, and camry.
i then click engine cooling.
2VZ-FE & 3VZ-FE Engines
- Drain the engine coolant.
- Disconnect the lower radiator hose at the water inlet.
- Disconnect the timing belt from the water pump pulley.
- Remove the bolt holding the inlet pipe to the alternator belt adjusting bar and then remove the inlet pipe and O-ring.
- Remove the water inlet and thermostat.
- Remove the seven bolts and then pry off the water pump.
I then click tbelt pages
2S-FE, 3S-FE & 5S-FE Engines
- Remove the timing belt covers as previously detailed.
- Raise the engine just enough to remove the weight from the engine mount on the right side.
- Remove the thru-bolt, two nuts, and right hand mounting insulator.
- Remove the retaining bolts and remove the right hand mounting bracket (from the side the alternator was removed from).
- Remove the timing belt and timing belt guide. If the timing belt is to be reused, draw a directional arrow on the timing belt in the direction of engine rotation (clockwise) and place matchmarks on the timing belt and crankshaft gear.
- Remove the bolt retaining the No. 1 idler pulley and tension spring.
- Remove the No. 2 idler pulley.
- Remove the crankshaft timing gear , if it can NOT be removed by hand, use two flat bladed tools to pry it off. Make sure to position shop rags to prevent damages to the components.
- Remove the nut retaining the oil pump pulley.
first know what engines there, before you buy parts. or read books.
or its all just a waste of time, for all.
here is the engine LINEUP, that i cant guess. ever (at least 6)
1.8 L I4
2.0 L I4 gasoline (3S-FE
2.0 L I4 gasoline (3S-GE
2.0 L V6
2.5 L V6 gasoline (4VZ-FE
2.0 L I4 diesel turbo