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Can the waterpump be installed 180 degrees off

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There is only one way to install the water pump. if you have problems installing the w/p maybe you have the wrong pump for that car.

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Application:
Cylinder head bolt torque sequence

Note :
Torque sequence:
---------
front | 3 1 6 |
of | |
vehicle | 5 2 4 |
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