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I have a bmw 318 ti 1995

The body of the water pump is damaged but still holding on to the o ring of the water pump. but the pump does not want to come out wat do i do? PLLZZZZZ HEELLLLLLPPPPPP !!!!!!

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The oring are prety thick use too biggiz screwdriver flat heads..1 on top and 1 on bottom and just keep pulling at it u might brake the waterpump screw hole but if you r replacing it thats fine thats the way i did it anyway...hop its sum help...

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