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How do i change the water pump on my toyota corolla 96

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Remove all accessory belts, support engine, undo engine mount, remove timing belt covers, remove timing belt, remove pump.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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I want to change the serpentine belt on my 98 Toyota corolla and I need a belt routing guide and the methods for changing


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How do i change the water pump on my 1996 toyota corolla


The water pump is driven by the timing belt. You should plan to replace the belt while you are in there. Below is a picture that shows the pump. and a link to show the steps.

http://72.52.242.199/UserFiles/Answers200808/answerImage10555-31061900.jpg

This link I got from another sight. "Go to http://www.autozone.com/autozone/ sign up and put in your year, make and model and under repair guides click on engine/engine overhaul and on the left hand side you will see water pump click on that, there you will find complete diagrams" From http://repairpal.com/how-to-replace-water-pump-on-1996-toyota-corolla-512


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My Toyota Corolla starts liquing water from the water pump and I wonder if the timing belt needs to be cahnged too. My cars has only 30.000 Miles and it is still in warrenty

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Does the Corolla 2003 model have a timming belt or chain?Does the water pump has to be changed at 70K miles? Thanks. Adrian


Adrian,

Until 2002 Toyota's had a timing belt. After 2002, Toyota's have a timing chain. Manufacturer/dealers recommend replacement of the timing chain at about 90,000 miles. I've talked to several mechanics - including the dealer - about the cost of changing out the chain. The lowest price I found from a very reputable mechanic is $260-270. He told me that if I brought in the part, he'd reduce the cost. The dealership was almost double!

Re: water pump: I haven't found anything that stated it must be changed at 70K miles. Hope this was helpful.

Lady V

Jul 21, 2008 | 2003 Toyota Corolla

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