Question about 1995 Buick LeSabre
That depends on whether or not you're going to do the repair yourself. A new pump will run you about $40 or so and an hour or so of your time. I would guess a repair at a delaer or repair shop would run several hundred dollars, $300-$400?
The replacement is rather simple with the exception of one bolt being behind the power steering pump pulley. You'll have to remove two of the power steering pump bolts and rotate it out of the way to give you the clearance to get the last water pump bolt out. Make sure you get a new gasket and clean the old gasket off completely.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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