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Do i have to drop the front skid plate to get at the bottom boltsa on the water pump of my 97 suburban. I have three bolts loose how many more? how about an exploded view?

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No u don't. Just take the upper shroud and fan off. And there is only 4 bolts holding the water pump on. Good luck.

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