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Need correct part # for water pump

I have a 1995 passport with 3.2 liter and it needs a water pump for some reason none of the listed part #'s are the same as in the truck.If anyone knows the real part # it would be greatly appreciated.The pump a 3 bolt triangle shape with 4 holes for pulley and fan

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The part # I've found through several sources is:
A search found this part number to be the same with different manufacturers GMB and NPW. I hope this answers your question and best of luck!

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