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Is it necessary to take the timming belt off to replace the water pump on a 1996 isuzu rodeo

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  • Shelton Allison Oct 14, 2011

    Will the timing have to be reset after the timing belt has been taken off on this 1996 3.2 liter Iszuzu Rodeo

  • Shelton Allison Oct 14, 2011

    Will the timing have to be reset after the timing belt has been taken off on this 1996 3.2 liter Isuzu Rodeo

  • Shelton Allison Oct 14, 2011

    Will the timing have to be reset after the timing belt has been taken off on this 1996 3.2 liter Isuzu Rodeo

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3.2L engine, you will have to remove timing belt to replace water pump, your water pump is timing belt driven, I would replace timing belt while in there, good luck, hope this was very helpful.

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No need to remove the timing belt to replace the water pump on the 4 cyl. 2.6l rodeo

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Jan 26, 2012 | 1996 Isuzu Rodeo

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3.2 liter engine 1996 Iszuzu Rodeo water pump leaks underneath



  • If your water pump is leaking from below then it's leaking through the weep hole. Time to replace the water pump. Should be up front behind the fan clutch.

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I am replacing the water pump on my 1996 Isuzu Rodeo. One of the water pump bolts is under the lower timing belt cover. However, the lower timing belt cover appears to connect around the crank shaft...


Hello Ralph,

What you actually going to have to do is take both timings covers off eventually. The waterpump is driven by the timing belt, and will have to be removed along with various other components.

The pulley bolted to the crankshaft will have to be removed, as well as the entire fan assembly. I forget what the socket is I used on it, but I believe it was 1-1/8".

If you send me an email to sernst@insightbb.com, I'd be more than happy to send you a .pdf file that details what you are getting into. Too long to list on here.

Best regards,
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Yes its the correct name. Yes it should have been replaced..... but its up to the mechanics advice and the customer. its not normally replaced, but I replace all parts including the water pump, just as a matter off service, to avoid your exact problem.

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