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Pressure from water pump has blown the cyclinder away from mounting-all I can find is a o ring to hold it on-but obviously wont hold cylinder on. ANY SUSGESTONS HOW TO FIX?

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No suggestions because you have not given any details on the equipment--make , model, vehicle type ( you are in cars and trucks), brand of water pump , cylinder type and use etc
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How do i change a waterpump on a 2001Volkswagen cabrio?


Your Cabrio has one of several 2.0L Volkswagen engines - determine your engine type from the
8th digit of your VIN, which will be either an "A", or "C",both are 2.0L engines.

Volkswagen 2.0L engines offered in 2001:
(a) 2.0L (Aba) Engine
(b) 2.0L (Aeg/Avh/Azg/Bdc/Bev/Bgd) Engine
(c) 2.0L (Aeg/Avh/Azg/Bdf) Engine

For completeness, I've included the water pump maintenance manual entries for all (3) 2.0L VW
engines offered in 2001. Note that the instructions below include (3) illustrations, which are
reproduced faithfully from the manual, but the last (2) illustrations are identical, since the last two
engines in the list above are virtually identical.

Volkswagen 2001 engines - water pump replacement

2.0L (Aba) Engine

Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.

Remove or disconnect:

1. Coolant

2. Thermostat housing from under the water pump housing.


Loosen but don't remove the bolts holding the pulley to the water pump.

Remove or disconnect:

Timing belt cover.

Alternator and/or steering pump as required to remove the water pump drive belt.

Water pump pulley. On some vehicles, the crankshaft pulley must also be removed by removing the bolts holding the pulley to the timing belt sprocket.

Water pump from its housing.


To install:


Be sure to clean the housing before installing the new gasket. Install the pump into the housing. Pump-to-housing bolts: 84 inch lbs. (10 Nm).

Install the water pump drive pulley. Bolts: 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm). Install crankshaft drive pulley. Bolts: 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).

Adjust drive belt tension and install the thermostat and housing. Bolts: 84 inch lbs. (10 Nm).



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Fig. Water pump and thermostat housing-2.0L (ABA) engine

1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.

2. Remove or disconnect:

Coolant

Thermostat housing from under the water pump housing.



3. Loosen but don't remove the bolts holding the pulley to the water pump.

4. Remove or disconnect:

Timing belt cover.

Alternator and/or steering pump as required to remove the water pump drive belt.

Water pump pulley. On some vehicles, the crankshaft pulley must also be removed by removing the bolts holding the pulley to the timing belt sprocket.

Water pump from its housing. Refer to figure of ABA engine's water pump above.

To install:

1. Be sure to clean the housing before installing the new gasket. Install the pump into the housing. Pump-to-housing bolts: 84 inch lbs. (10 Nm).

2. Install the water pump drive pulley. Bolts: 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm). Install crankshaft drive pulley. Bolts: 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).

3. Adjust drive belt tension and install the thermostat and housing. Bolts: 84 inch lbs. (10 Nm).



2.0L (Aeg/Avh/Azg/Bdc/Bev/Bgd) Engine


1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.

2. Remove or disconnect:

Negative battery cable.

Coolant.

Accessory drive belt and tensioner.

Upper and center timing belt covers.



3. Position the engine so that the No. 1 cylinder is at TDC.
WARNING
Cover the timing belt to protect it from being contaminated with coolant.


4. Loosen the timing belt tension and slide the belt off the water pump sprocket.

5. Remove or disconnect:

Timing belt guard (2) mounting bolt (1), if equipped.

Water pump mounting bolts (5), then the water pump (4).

O-ring (3) and clean the seating area.


To install:



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Fig. Exploded view of the water pump mounting-2.0L (AEG/AVH/AZG/BDF) engine

1. Install or connect:

O-ring, moistened with coolant.

Water pump so that the plug in the housing faces downward. Mounting bolts: 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).

Timing belt guard, if equipped. Mounting bolt: 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).

Timing belt.

Upper and center timing belt covers.

Accessory drive belt tensioner. Mounting bolt: 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).

Accessory drive belt.

Coolant.

Negative battery cable.



2. Check and clear any DTCs, then match the ECM to the TCM.


2.0L (Aeg/Avh/Azg/Bdf) Engine


1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.

2. Remove or disconnect:
1. Negative battery cable.

2. Coolant.

3. Accessory drive belt and tensioner.

4. Upper and center timing belt covers.


3. Position the engine so that the No. 1 cylinder is at TDC.

WARNING
Cover the timing belt to protect it from being contaminated with coolant.

Loosen the timing belt tension and slide the belt off the water pump sprocket.

Remove or disconnect:

1. Timing belt guard (2) mounting bolt (1).

2. Water pump mounting bolts (5), then the water pump (4).

3. O-ring (3) and clean the seating area.


To install:



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Fig. Exploded view of the water pump mounting-2.0L (AEG/AVH/AZG/BDF) engine


Install or connect:

1. O-ring, moistened with coolant.

2. Water pump so that the plug in the housing faces downward. Mounting bolts: 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).

3. Timing belt guard. Mounting bolt: 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).

4. Timing belt.

5. Upper and center timing belt covers.

6. Accessory drive belt tensioner. Mounting bolt: 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).

7. Accessory drive belt.

8. Coolant.

9. Negative battery cable.


Check and clear any DTCs, then match the ECM to the TCM.

Sep 13, 2011 | 2001 Volkswagen Cabrio

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WHER IS THE WATER PUMP


Try Chilton's or All Data for instructions. This is a 4.5 -5 hour ordeal for a professional and a 2 day mess for an amateur. Plus you must remove the timing belt on the 2.4L 4 Cylinder to get to the pump. Mess up here and you can damage your engine. WATER PUMP is sign with the ITEM 5 in the next diagram...

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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
This procedure requires removing the engine timing belt and the auto tensioner. The factory specifies that the timing marks should always be aligned before removing the timing belt. Set the engine at TDC on No. 1 compression stroke. This should align all timing marks on the crankshaft sprocket and both camshaft sprockets.

  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle to a level that allows access from above and below.
  2. Remove the right inner splash shield.
  3. Remove the accessory drive belts.
  4. Place a drain pan under the radiator drain plug. Drain and properly contain the cooling system.
  5. Support the engine using a floor jack and block of wood, then remove the right motor mount.
  6. Remove the timing belt, tensioner and camshaft sprockets.

WARNING With the timing belt removed, DO NOT rotate the camshaft or crankshaft, or damage to the engine could occur.

  1. Remove the rear timing belt cover to access the water pump.
  2. Remove the water pump attaching bolts.
  3. Remove the water pump.
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Fig. 1: Water pump location on the cylinder block-4-cylinder engines





Fig. 2: Water pump assembly-4-cylinder engines


To install:

  1. Thoroughly clean all sealing surfaces. Replace the water pump if there are any cracks, signs of coolant leakage from the shaft seal, loose or rough turning bearings, a damaged impeller or sprocket, or a loose or damaged sprocket flange.
  2. Install a new rubber O-ring into the water pump.
Make sure the O-ring is properly seated in the water pump groove before tightening the screws. An improperly located O-ring may cause damage to the O-ring and cause a coolant leak.

  1. Install the water pump and tighten the bolts to 105 inch lbs. (12 Nm).
  2. Using a cooling system pressure tester, pressurize the cooling system to 15 psi and check for leaks. If okay, release the pressure and continue the engine assembly process.
  3. Rotate the water pump by hand to check for freedom of movement.
  4. Install the rear timing belt cover.
  5. Install the camshaft sprocket(s), timing belt and tensioner. DO NOT allow the camshafts to turn while the sprocket bolts are being tightened, in order to maintain timing mark alignment.

WARNING Do not attempt to compress the tensioner plunger with the tensioner assembly installed in the engine. This will cause damage to the tensioner and other related components. The tensioner MUST be compressed in a vise.

  1. Install the timing belt covers.
  2. Install the right engine mount bracket and engine mount.
  3. Remove the floor jack and wood block from underneath the engine.
  4. Install the crankshaft damper.
  5. Install the right inner splash shield.
  6. Lower the vehicle.
  7. Install and tension the accessory drive belts.
  8. Refill the cooling system using the correct quantity and type of coolant. Bleed the cooling system.
  9. Start the engine and check for proper operation.
  10. Check and top off the cooling system, if necessary.
2.5L Engine
See Figures 3 through 7

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Place a large drain pan under the radiator drain plug. Drain and properly contain the engine coolant.
This procedure requires removing the engine timing belt and the auto tensioner. To help assure proper alignment at assembly, it may be helpful to set the engine at TDC on No. 1 compression stroke. This should align all timing marks on the crankshaft sprocket and both camshaft sprockets.

  1. Remove the accessory drive belts and crankshaft damper.
  2. Remove the right engine mount. This requires safely supporting the engine with a floor jack and wood block so the mount can be removed.
  3. Remove the timing belt covers.
  4. Remove the timing belt and tensioner.

Fig. 3: Remove the water pump mounting bolts



Fig. 4: Pull the water pump assembly off of the engine and inlet pipe



Fig. 5: Open the water pump housing and examine for cracks or damage



Fig. 6: Replace the water pump housing gasket using a scraper tool



Fig. 7: Always keep the water pump's mounting bolts lined up with their correct mounting holes



  1. Remove the water pump mounting bolts.
  2. Separate the water pump from the water inlet pipe and remove the pump.
To install:

  1. Thoroughly clean all sealing surfaces. Inspect the pump for damage or cracks, signs of coolant leakage at the vent, and excessive looseness or rough turning bearings. Any problems require a new pump.
  2. Install a new O-ring on the water inlet pipe. Wet the O-ring with water to make installation easier. DO NOT use oil or grease on the O-ring.
  3. Install a new gasket on the water pump and fit the pump inlet opening over the water pipe. Press the assembly together to force the pipe into the water pump.
  4. Install the water pump-to-engine bolts and tighten to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm).
  5. Install the timing belt and timing belt tensioner. Set the timing belt tension.
  6. Install the timing belt covers. Install the right engine mount. Remove the floor jack and engine block from underneath the engine.
  7. Install the crankshaft damper.
  8. Install the accessory drive belts and set to the proper tension.
  9. Connect the negative battery cable.
  10. Fill and bleed the engine cooling system.
  11. Start the engine and verify proper operation, with no leaks.

Hope this helps (remember to rate this answer).

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Change water pump 1995 Honda accord/ V6


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Removal & Installation
  1. Note the radio security code and station presets.
  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Drain the coolant from the radiator, into a suitable container.
  4. Remove the timing belt. Refer to the Timing Belt replacement in this section for specific details.
  5. On Odyssey models with the V6 engine, remove the timing belt tensioner. Refer to the Timing Belt replacement in this section for specific details.
  6. Remove the bolts that attach the pump to the cylinder block.
  7. If available, locate the two 6.0 mm x 1.0 mm threaded holes opposite from one another on the outer perimeter of the water pump.
    • Install by hand, two 6.0mm x 1.0mm bolts at least 1 in. (25mm) long, until resistance is felt.
    • Simultaneously turn each bolt one turn at a time until the water pump can be released from the engine block.
  8. Remove the water pump.

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Exploded view of the water pump mounting-be sure to replace the O-ring during assembly



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If available, use the two 6.0 mm x 1.0 mm threaded holes on the water pump to release the pump from the engine block



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Make sure the water pump O-ring is fully seated in the water pump. Using a non hardening gasket sealant will help to hold the seal in place during assembly


To install:

  1. Inspect and clean the O-ring mating surface on cylinder block.
  2. Install a new O-ring on the water pump. Apply a non-hardening gasket sealant between the water pump O-ring and the pump to hold the O-ring in place during assembly.
  3. Install the water pump onto the cylinder block and tighten the bolts to 106 inch lbs. (12 Nm).
  4. On Odyssey models with the V6 engine, install the automatic timing belt tensioner, with the tensioner fully retracted using the special tool 14540-P8A-A01 or equivalent. Refer to the Timing Belt replacement in this section for specific details.
  5. Install the timing belt.
  6. On 4-cylinder Odyssey models, open the cooling system bleed bolt located on the thermostat housing.
  7. Set the heater to the full hot position.
  8. Refill the radiator with a coolant mixture containing 50% antifreeze. Use only antifreeze formulated to prevent the corrosion of aluminum parts. Fill the radiator with the coolant solution.
  9. On 4-cylinder Odyssey models, fill with coolant until the bleed bolt is free of air bubbles. Then, tighten the bleed bolt to 88 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
  10. Install the radiator cap loosely.
  11. Reconnect the negative battery cable.
  12. Run the engine until the cooling fans cycle two times.
  13. Turn the engine OFF and top off the cooling system as necessary.
  14. Install the radiator cap and check for coolant leaks. Be sure the cooling fan turns on.
  15. Recheck the coolant level and add more if necessary.
  16. Enter the radio security code.
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Water pump replacement


Hope this helps you!

Removal & Installation
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
    NOTE After all components are installed on the engine, a DRB® scan tool is necessary to perform the camshaft and crankshaft timing relearn procedure.

  2. Drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Right inner splash shield
    • Accessory drive belts
    • Power steering pump and support the engine from the bottom with a jack
    • Upper and lower torque isolator struts
    • Right engine mount
    • Power steering pump bracket bolts, move the pump/bracket assembly aside
    NOTE It is not necessary to disconnect the power steering lines.

    • Right engine mount bracket
    • Timing belt and timing belt tensioner
    • Camshaft sprocket(s)
    • Inner (rear) timing belt cover
    • Water pump and discard the O-ring
  4. Clean all mating surfaces of any residual gasket material.
To install:


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Water pump mounting—2002 Neon shown, other years similar


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Be sure the O-ring is seated in the groove before installing the new pump

  1. Install a new O-ring in the water pump groove.
    NOTE Hold the O-ring in place with a few small dabs of silicone sealant.

    WARNING Before proceeding, be sure the O-ring gasket is properly seated in the water pump groove before tightening the screws. An improperly installed O-ring could cause a coolant leak.

  2. Install or connect the following:
    • Water pump, torque the bolt to 105 inch lbs. (12 Nm). Use a pressure tester to pressurize the cooling system to 15 psi (103 kPa) and check the water pump shaft seal and O-ring for leaks.
    NOTE Rotate the pump by hand to check for freedom of movement.

    • Inner (rear) timing belt cover
    • Camshaft sprocket
    • Timing belt tensioner and timing belt
    • Right engine mount bracket and engine mount
    • Power steering pump
    • Upper and lower torque isolator struts
    • Accessory drive belts
    • Negative battery cable
  3. Refill the cooling system.
  4. Use a DRB® scan tool to perform the camshaft and crankshaft timing relearn procedure, as follows:
    • Connect the scan tool to the DLC, located under the instrument panel near the steering column.
    • Turn the ignition switch ON, and access the “miscellaneous” screen.
    • Select the “re-learn cam/crank” option, then follow the instructions on the scan tool screen.

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hmmm,suggest you do a cylinder compression check to see if ring job is holding pressure.
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