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Water pump bearing went out. leaking water need to see manual on how I can replace waterpump

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Difficult to get to but not complicated to replace. Remove housing bolts, clean the surface, (engine side) then put on new one with gasket if applicable. Tighten botlts in sequence slightly so as not to warp new waterpump...they are made of cast aluminum, (pot metal), and if you individually tighten, you run the risk of warpage and developing a leak. This is an easy fix...but in a tight spot.

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