Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
I've never seen a pulley fail... If it's just the pulley, remove the fan and change pulley. If pump has failed and the pulley is wobbling, yes...change the pump. To remove, just take off what's in the way, take the pump off, remove ALL gasket material on the block and put new pump on, reversing the process. There are lots of half decent manuals to guide you if you need them but if you pay attention to what goes where and mark everything as you go, you should be OK. If you overheated, change the thermostat also...they often fail after an overheat!
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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