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Where is the water pump located on a 2000 Saturn LS?

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Saturn Series Waterpump Replacement

This is an excellent video on how to replace the water pump on the Saturn. It shows step-by step instructions. Good Luck !!

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I have a 2000 Lincoln LS. I've changed the thermostat, and replaced the hoses but my car is still overheating. Is there something I might be overlooking?

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