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NEED HELP WITH WATER PUMP PLEASE

WHAT I NEED TO KNOW IS HOW TO TAKE OFF THE WATER PUMP ON MY 1988 TOYOTA 4 CYLINDER 2 WHEEL DRIVE PICK UP. .... I DO HAVE ALL BELTS OFF AND FAN ,PULLY AND 8 SCREWS SOME OF WITCH ARE BULTS AND I CAN NOT GET IT OFF I DONT KNOW WHAT IM MISSING CAN SOME BUDDY HELP ME...................................THANK YOU DALE MILLER

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  • miller1369 Sep 13, 2009

    OK ILL BE RIGHT BACK IM GOING TO GO TRY THAT RIGHT NOW

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Once you have all of the 8 bolts out of the water pump, there is nothing holding it on other than a gasket. So try using a hammer and a chisel to gently tap in the grove where the water pump separates from the block to break it loose.

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