Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora
I think you'll like it here - Oldsmobile Forum. If anyone knows the nuts and bolts of it - they will.
Look for the Haynes workshop manual online as dowload. Try HERE. Or order a copy - Good to have about.
If you are loosing coolant through the small hole on the water pump, then you need a replacement pump - or at least a new seal if you're up to rebuilding one. A piece of gasket paper (12x12") and a tube of RTV sealant or Blue hymolar. Then it's just a nut and bolt job. Drain coolant before removing, and often easier to remove radiator and flush at the same time.
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