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Looking for diagram for water pump replacement... husband thought it was lower hose that was leaking, he replaced it, but still leaking.... I went out and discovered that it's the water pump... I am mechanically inclined,(a bit more than my new husband.) but would like to have a little more knowledge on the belt system before I dig into it... Not familiar with the van. It's a 94 voyager 3.3L v6. automatic with ac. would appreciate any tips or tricks you could share. OH and until we met, he had NEVER done an Oil change or tune up on it, I am suprised it's running at all, with OVER 250K ,miles on it.

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