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Bad waterpump 1996 jeep grand 4.0L how long to remove and replace?

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It's easier to remove the radiator, fan and belt. in order to remove you will need to remove the cover over the radiator. It sounds like a lot but easier to get to and plus this will give you a good opportunity to change the belt and have the radiator flushed out. It can be flushed out by you. Anyways. to remove parts about 45min - 1 hr. to install is the same amount, just be sure the gasket on the pump is ready and dry. You take just the belt and fan off and still take the pump out. It may take a total of 3 hrs to do all if you've never did this.

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