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did you have the cooling system pressure tested? Check the exhaust while it's running see if you notice any white smoke coming out and if so does it smell like oat meal? If there is and it does smell like oat meal you have a blown head gasket good luck
There is usually a special tool to remove the locking ring for the fuel pump. A hammer and punch can do the same thing. First disconnect your battery, unplug fuel pump, remove locking ring and any fuel lines on top, the fuel pump should be able to be removed after this
Stand by the washer reservoir under the hood while someone operates the washers. The headlights must be in the on position for the sprayer to work. Attached to the reservoir will be 2 washer pumps. On pump is for the windshield washer, the other for the headlight washer. They are interchangeable for testing. The reservoir can be removed after removing the 2 black speed nuts. (use a 10mm socket and ratchet). Also make sure the grommet with screen under each pump is not full green algae. Your pump has most likely failed.
there is no special procedure to replacing the pump.loosen the bolts on the front of the pulley before you remove the belt,remove the belt,lines,then the pump.fill fluid and turn the wheel back and forth to bleed the air out.after the air is out and the steering is not making any more noise top off the fluid
pull the back seat up theres an access panel on the right side. pull the carpet towards the front on the right side, youll find an access panel remove panel youll need a special spanner wrench to get the cap off, but thats the fuel pump right there.
If you are adding coolant and are not seeing a leak, your leak may be internal to the engine (not good). ie. Blown head gasket or cracked head. Check your oil for signs of water, ie milky looking oil on dipstick or rising oil level even though you didn't add oil. Also do a pressure check of coolant system. If it dosn't hold pressure you have a leak someware. Get it fixed ASAP or else say good by to your engine. Also have your water pump and cooling fans ckecked as well. Don't run the AC until its fixed, it just makes the cooling system work harder. As far as the washers, the front and rear use the same container, have the pump checked as well as fuse for the pump and wipers.