Question about 1983 Toyota Camry
I can't remember exactally for that model - but it is sometimes required that you may have to loosen the mounts and jack up the engine from the underside - It all depends on how much room you have and how much you need - I wouldn't remove it, just jack it up until you have the space you need (If you have to) - Alot of foreign cars offer very little space to work in - Nature of the beast - so no, there's not a "quick-fix", but just use your common sense and remember the water pump isn't too terribly "deep"or "thick" and can ususally be worked into place...even a small space - if you can access the bolts...Common sense #1...Good luck.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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