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How do i change the water pump on my 1995 crown victoria and do i need to change the by hose with it?

How do you change a water pump on a 1995 crown victoria and do i need to change the by pass hose with it?

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    95 crown keeps overheating; system has been flushed several timesand thermostat replaced



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This set of instructions from Ford should be of help

I would change the bypass hose as it is so much easier to do it while you already have it apart.

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