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Is there any bolts that have to be removed by the back when u face the water pump? i have removed all 7 bolts and it wont comme off!!! i have a ford f-150 302 1992 can u help me??

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No, there are no bolts that hold it in from the back side, but make sure that you have removed the air conditioning compressor/power steering bracket so that it will clear the studed bolt on the water pump housing that the bracket rests on.

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