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DRAIN COOLING SYSTEM.REMOVE CAMSHAFT TIMING BELT.REMOVE AND DISCARD 7 BOLTS SECURING COOLANT PUMP TO CYLINDER BLOCK.RELEASE COOLANT PUMP FROM CYLINDER BLOCK AND REMOVE.REMOVE DISCARD O RING FROM COOLANT PUMP.BEFORE INSTALLING NEW WATER PUMP.CLEAN COOLANT PUMP AND MATING FACE OF CYLINDER BLOCK.LUBRICATE NEW O RING WITH RUBBER GREASE,AND FIT TO COOLANT PUMP.FIT COOLANT PUMP TO CYLINDER BLOCK .FIT NEW BOLTS TIGHTEN IN SEQUENCE TO 7 FT LBS. SEQUENCE BOLT 1 AT 11OCLOCK BOLT 2 AT 5 OCLOCK. BOLT 3 AT 1 -OCLOCK BOLT 4 AT 7 OCLOCK BOLT 5 AT 3 OCLOCK BOLT 6 AT 10- OCLOCK BOLT 7 AT 8 OCLOCK.
No it not a common problem, this engine is an INTERFERNCE ENGINE, which means, when camshaft bind and you need to fine out why it bind did you loose oil pressure or timing belt breaks, piston's will hit cylinder head valve's.Land Rover recommends replacement of timing belt every 72,000 mile's.
From 53 reg onwards, diesel pump is under R.H. rear wheel arch, hidden by the plastic wheel arch liner. Older versions have combined fuel pump/sender in the tank (under R.H part of rear seat). You should be able to hear a faint purr from the pump when ignition is turned on but engine not yet running.
how did the cam shaft failed? is there a spark on the plugs for the cylinders than are not firing? did you have a timing belt failour? if so you may have damage valves or pistons, do a compression test on the engine to know condition of cylinders