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How to change water pump on a honda civic year 1999 lx

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These water pumps are integral with the timing belt you must replace the timing belt with the water pump because the leaking water pump and antifreeze on the timing belt causes deterioration of rubber belt thereby causing imminent failure of timing belt destroying valves $$$ google" interference engine" for an explanation of interference engine

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Remove timing belt first, then unbolt water pump.

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I have a 1999 honda civic lx its was running hot so i changed the radiator the thermestat water pump timing belt but now it will not run hot but the temp gage goes real close to H before it goes back...


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Remove and raise upper hose at thermostat end and remove lower rad hose.
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