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Water Pump I cannot seem to locate the water pump for replacing. While attempting, a ball bearing fell out & don't know where that came from either.

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The water pump is on the drivers side of the engine behind the timing belt. I had to have the dealership replace mine. My Dad is a mechanic and wouldn't touch it.

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