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I have a 2005 chevy impala with a 3.8 liter and i cwnt get the water pump bolt pass the power sterring pully waht can i do

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Remove the PS pump without disconnecting any lines and just move it aside enough to get the water pump out.

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Step one 37 ft lbs then tignten 120 degrees more

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SOURCE: on 98 intrigue water pump removal how do i clear the ps pully

Im not sure what engine you have since this information was not provided. But the Power Steering Pump pulley usually has some 'holes' on the pulley in which you can get a wrench through to loosen and remove the bolt.

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You need to poke a small extension with a 13mm socket through the holes in the power steering pulley, undo it, and slide it back.

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For those attempting this, it must be known that to get to last pump bolts the mounting bracket for the coil packs has to be removed. But to do this you have to remove the power steering pump pulley, and for that you need a special tool. The kit cost about $65.00 and has the adapters to not only pull off the pulley, but has studs that thread into the end of the power steering pumps shaft to get it back on. Also make note that the bolts around the circumference of the water pump all need to be torqued to specific inch/ pounds and ft/pounds, so a torque wrench is needed.

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