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If you sit on a driver's seat, the timing belt and the water pump is located on your left most side on the engine under the hood, behind the main pulley. The main pulley accommodates the alternator belt, ac belt and power steering belt, if any.
The water pump and timing belt are both enclosed in the timing belt case.
Depends on if this is a 3.5L or 4.0L. The 4.0L is located on the driver side inside the water jacket. You will need a special tool to remove it - it is internal. Not too difficult of a job, and Autozone will rent the tool for free.
Look on the drivers side of the engine. You will see a small belt running off a pulley of the back of the front head. That is the water pump belt. The water pump is being the housing with the hose attached to it. You will need a special tool to remove the pump from the housing.
If the fluid is a bright green or yellow colour, it is coolant fluid. Check the water pump, there should be a seal leak drain hole under it, look for signs of a leak. If there is a green/yellow track leading from below the water pump. you need to have the water pump replaced. A leak from the engine would be dark brown to black an a transmission leak would be red tp very dark red. Coolant would tend to dry up while oils spills do not. The water pump is located on the side of the engine where the belts are. I do not know if your car is left or right hand drive.
the pump is located on front of the motor.if you stand facing the motor looking towards the pulleys(from passenger side to drivers side)in the center of the motor it has the pulley that is in the middle of the engine this is were the water pump is.
on the front of the engine on the drivers side there is a cover over the pulley that drives the water pump. The water pump is mounted in the coolant crossover behind the thermostat housing. A special tool is required to remove and install it.