Question about 2000 Plymouth Voyager
What parts do I have to remove to get to the water pump?
It is driven by the timing belt. You'll need to support the front of the engine, remove the mount and timing covers. The pump sits in the center between the heads and has a tube running into the back of it that sometimes is difficult to get out. If you are uncomfortable with setting up the timing belt you may want to have a professional do the job.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
I have a 2000 plymouth voyager with the 3.0 ltr. If i am not mistaken the engines are the same, and if that being the case, the water pump is located behind the timing cover. It is also driven by the timing belt, so while in there making the repair to the water pump you should go ahead and throw a new timing belt on there.
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