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Sockets,wrenches,hammer, possible a flat tip and a wheel pulley. Drain the fluid then you will need to take the belt off first note the routing of the belt draw it write it down take a picture, you can just loosen like the alternator or whatever you feel comfortable with, take the belt off. remove the bolt from the water pump pulley and with the wheel pulley pull off the pulley, remove bolts from housing, tap on housing and it should pop off. The same with a fan just be careful not to crack it. hope this helped tim

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