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Water pump i need the instructions on removing and installing a water pump on a 1994 ford ranger 2 wheel drive 4 cylinder 2.2 liter

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A manual will have pictures and everything.
Just replaced mine. Five bolts in bracket holding tension idler, A/C compressor (if applicable) and power steering pump must be removed to access 3 bolts in water pump. Just push aside enough to access remaining bolts. Email at dabeam@sbcglobal.net if additional info is needed. Also, diagram serpentine belt before removing. Took me at least 15 attempts and 20 minutes to figure out

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