Question about 1993 Chevrolet Corsica
Standing at the front of your car with the hood up, to the left is the serpintine belt. The "pulley" at the very top (the belt runs under it) will be the water pump. you can used a screwdriver to keep the "pulley" from turning while loosened and taking off the screws. then pulled the facing off and the bolts holding the pump in and the pump should come right out, you may have to tap it lightly with the hammer. Remember to clean the old gasket off before replacing new gasket and pump. hope that help some.
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