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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK, disconnect neg battery cable, drain cooling system, remove splash shield under right front fender for easy access to water pump bolts, loosen clamps and disconnect hoses from pump, remove drive belt, remove water pump pulley bolts, remove pulley (tip: loosen bolts on pulley before removing belt), remove water pump bolts (5) , separate from the front cover, clean the bolt threads and the threaded holes in the front cover to remove any corrosion and sealant, remove and discard o ring and clean mating surfaces, careful not to gouge or scratch mating surfaces, install new o ring into the groove, install the pump to the front cover and tighten to 105 INCH pounds, pulley bolts are 21 FOOT pounds.Good Luck! countrycurt0
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
This sounds like a bad CV shaft. Check the boots for grease on the outside of them or torn boots the grease may have already washed out and wiped out the joints.
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
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