Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
The water pump is located on the passenger side , below the timing chain. First you must remove the exhaust manifold pipe from the engine.You should be able to see the water pump now and other obstacles must be removed to get to it like the timing chain cover and the timing chain itself must be removed .The timing chain drives the water pump unfortunately and that is why it must be removed.The pump itself is fairly small.This job is very tedious and there is a lot of bolts to be extracted to get to water pump so I would advise a container of some sort to store bolts removed.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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