Question about 1994 Ford Tempo
First drain radiator, then remove belts and anything else that would be in your way. Alternator , hoses,ect.... Once you have removed the old water pump make sure you scrape all the old seal from the engine block or the new pump will leak. once all the old gasket is scraped, ready the new pump by putting blue silicone (permatex) on the new gasket, both sides then put it back together. Good luck
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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