Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
Remove and replace water pump with photos nissan maxima 3.0l 1995
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to change water pump
Well, waterpump on your car is internal inside the timing chain area, being driven by the timing chain. You need to remove drive belts, the small black side covers, that are screwed into the front engine cover. The left on has the chain tensioner, the right one has the water pump behind it. Once the covers are removed, you need to push the timing chain tensioner inside and put a pin inside of it (tensioner ) to hold it in. Once you have done that, you need to rotate the engine counterclockwise (until you feel tension) to loosen the chain around the water pump. Then you will use 2 bolts (6mm and about 2 inches long) and screw those into the water pump body. This will pull the pump out of the engine, so pretty much the bolts are going to be acting as puller device to remove pump out of engine. reverse install procedure. This is not the easiest of repairs and not for a novice or someone, that doesn't really work on cars. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
SOURCE: water pump 1995 nissian maxima
acquire (2) 3" long coarse thread M8 bolts, set aside. remove main belt, belt tensioner pulley, belt tensioner bracket. then remove the timing chain tensioner cover located below-left of the the passenger-side motor mount, and the water pump cover located just below-right of the same motor mount. push the tensioner piston in and lock the piston in place by using a smaill nail, or push pin inserted in the hole.. youll see it. then rotate the engine counter-clockwise 20-30 degrees to free up chain tension on the water pump. Remove the bolts holding in the pump. Now using the 2 M8 bolts, thread them into 2 of the same top and bottom bolt holes evenly to pop out the pump. be sure to keep an eye on the chain as it can hold the pump in and hamper your efforts in getting the pump out.Make sure to lube up the 2 o rings on the new pump real slick, and pop it back in place. installation is the same, only backwards and without the M8 bolts. dont force the pump in...
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
all you need to do is just back up on the chain and it will give you the space you need to remove thw water pump you may all so need to first see is you have water in your oil if not then it not you pump can you tell what color your oil is ?
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: How to replace water pump
not to easy,,,first take off the serpintine belt then the pulley (four 10 mil bolts)then the pump behind that about 5 or 6 10 mil bolts,,,pop off the pump clean surface of where pump sits in then replace pump,,dont forget gasket sealer all around pump,,,can be tricky
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Remove main belt first then remove the bottom and top bolts disconnect the plug on it and remove the other cord on it that runs from the battery.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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