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Disconnect engine to the trans mission , remove bolts and nuts.disconnect engine to the chassis , remove bolts and nuts, then remove the engine to the car.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

  • johjamkep Feb 27, 2011

    So it is best to leave the transmission in the car and pull engine out the top right? Is that what u are saying?

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What are the steps to remove the water pump on a 98 buick la sabre 3.8 liter


all steps, even what tools to buy? etc>?
or just the FSM book steps.
here they are, 98 Buick 3.8
it asks VIN 1 or Vin K car, (vin codes or engine sub type.)
5 steps for K engine
14 for 1
ill post the longer.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the A/C compressor splash shield. The shield is retained by six 10mm bolts and four 7mm bolts.
  3. Drain the cooling system into a suitable container.
  4. Remove the supercharger drive belt and the accessory drive belt.
  5. Unbolt the ignition coil pack and position it out of the way.
  6. Unfasten 15mm bolt, then remove the supercharger belt tensioner.
  7. Install a suitable engine support fixture. Raise the engine slightly for access to the engine mount.
  8. Remove the five 15mm bolts, then remove the engine mount.
  9. Unfasten the two 13mm bolts, then remove the power steering pump.
  10. Remove the engine mount bracket by removing the two 15mm nuts and studs, and one 19mm nut and stud.
  11. Remove the idler pulley.
  12. Unfasten the four 18mm bolts, then remove the water pump pulley.
  13. Remove the four 3/8 in. bolts and four 1/2 in. bolts, then remove the water pump from the engine.
  14. Remove and discard the gasket and thoroughly clean the gasket mating surfaces.
with out eyes on engine, or VIN. cant help much.

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Removal of the water pump


how to?
you want all steps?
no year stated, nor engine size.
2.0L I-4 or 2.5l v6?
we cant guess the engine. nor year.
the short list work on all cars.
1: REMOVE all parts to gain access to the pump
2: remove the pump, the bolts there, holding it. on

alldata.com shows all steps
i have them for 2L and 2.5L and the FSM.
ill take a wild guess. is it 2L>?
see page 25 here. romove those parts. pump just bolts on easy this engine, unlike G16 engine. or any v6.
http://www.fixkick.com/NOISE.html

2.5L v6 , you wont like this...
here are the steps chapter 1f1
discon. battery neg lug.
drain engine oil
drain coolant.
remove timng chain cover, bummer huh>?
remove pump.

if g16 engine, ask.

alldata.com covers it too.

see the pump here, buried as deep and deep can go.
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Please. Tell. Me how to change out, water pump.


Before we start make sure the car's engine is cold and the car is located on level ground with the parking brake set, also make sure you are wearing protective gloves, eyewear and clothing.
Step 1. First release the hood latch cable located under the dash on the drivers side on most cars, then disconnect the negative terminal from the battery. Note: radio presets will be lost. So make a note of them to re-enter them after the job is complete.
Step 2. Next, raise the car to gain access to the underside of the car. Always lift the vehicle according to the vehicle's manufacturers instructions. Use jack stands to secure the automobile.
Step 3. Remove plastic covers under the engine compartment to gain access to the radiator drain valve or lower radiator hose. Position a coolant drain pan under the radiator to catch the engine coolant. Loosen the drain valve or lower radiator hose the release the coolant. Once this process is complete move to the topside of the engine compartment.
Step 4. Remove any plastic covers and shields to gain access to the main pulley to water pump bolts. Loosen these bolts two turns but do not remove them. Next remove the main drive belt. On some models you may need to remove the upper radiator hose and brackets to gain access.
Step 5. Now, remove any obstructing brackets or accessories needed to remove the water pump mounting bolts. Remove the water pump mounting bolts. Use the leverage bar and carefully pry up on the snout of the pump, this will break the gasket seal and allow the pump to be removed.
Step 6. Once the pump has been removed use the gasket cleaner to remove any excessive gasket material or old sealer. The gasket sealing surface needs to be as clean as possible to ensure a good seal for the new water pump gasket.
Step 7. Before installing the new water pump match the old part to the new part, make sure the bolt holes and mounting flanges are exactly the same. Once confirmed that in fact we do have the right part install the water pump gasket. Some water pumps require gasket sealer while others do not. Typically water pump that uses an "o" ring seal do not need gasket sealer.
Step 8. Next, reinstall the water pump and hold it in place by installing one or two mounting bolts tightened by hand. Next, install the remainder of the mounting bolts, Tighten the mounting bolts evenly and to the recommended torque tightness.
Step 9. Once he new pump is on and secured reinstall all mounting brackets and hoses.
Step 10. Reinstall the main cooling fan or water pump drive pulley.
Step 11. Install fan shroud and plastic valances as needed.
Step 12. Now reinstall the serpentine belt, make sure the belt is aligned with the pulley groves.
Step 13. Reinstall the upper radiator hose and double check all bolts and cooling hose connections.
Step 14. Remove the radiator cap and pour the recommended coolant mixture until full.
Step 15. Start the engine and allow to idle, Keep adding coolant as needed until the engine is running at operating temperature. You will know the engine is at operating temperature because you will able to notice coolant moving inside the radiator and the radiator will get hot. You can also reference the engine temperature gauge. Reinstall the radiator cap and check the level of the coolant reservoir, add if needed. Also after the engine has been running for a few hours allow the engine to cool completely and recheck the engine coolant level.
It is a good idea once the job is done to inspect the under carriage for leaks and the engine compartment for funny noises to ensue the job it done correctly.

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1995 BUICK PARK AVENUE Water pump replacement


Hi,



Here is how you do it step by step;

STEP 1. Loosen the bolts on the water pump flywheel then remove the belt.

STEP 2. Take a oil-pan length 2x4 and use it in betwen jack and oil pan and jack up engine almost so that steering pump fluid cover on top side almost hits cross bar.

STEP 3 Remove the center bolt of the motor mount holding the two halves of the mount together.


STEP 4 Remove two bolts and one nut on the engine side mount. Remove 4 bolts (2 on top and two hidden on side) of the bolts holding the mount to the frame.


STEP 5. Now take a big 2x4 and wedge it so as to move the engine to the driver side of the compartment. At the same time rotate and move the mount piece on the engine side rotating about the stud [that the nut came off of]so as to paritally split apart the two mount halves. You'll see that you can now get at the two hidden bolts.


SEP 6. Remove the water pump pulley wheel. There are a bunch of small and little bolts in the water pump...some on bottom side.


STEP 7 Remove them and old pump and Scrape off old gasket.




STEP 8. Apply new gasket and sealer to new pump and reverse order to install.




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  • Park the car in cool, shady area and allow the engine to cool.
  • Step 2 Remove the parts of the Grand Am engine that hinder access to the spark plugs. For a 2.2 L engine, remove the ignition coil housing. For a 2.4 L engine, remove the bolts that hold the retaining ignition coil and disconnect the electrical connector. Pull the assembly straight up and away from the engine to remove it. For a 3.1 L engine, remove the air cleaner. For a 3.4 L engine, remove the windshield wiper module cover and rotate the engine for service access to the rear spark plugs.
  • Step 3 Locate the spark plug wire and grab it by the spark plug boot. Twist the boot in both directions and pull back to remove the wire.
  • Step 4 Insert the spark plug socket over the old spark pull and unscrew it from the cylinder well. Remove the old spark plug.
  • Step 5 Lubricate the threads of the new spark plug and screw it into the cylinder well.
  • Step 6 Test the tension and adjust it to the required setting. It needs to be 15 ft-lbs. for a 2.2 L engine, 16 ft-lbs. for a 2.4 L engine, 13 ft-lbs. for a 3.1 L engine, and 11 ft-lbs. for a 3.L engine.
  • Step 7 Reconnect the spark plug wire and twist it to lock the plug in place.
  • Step 8 Repeat Steps 3 through 7 for the remaining spark plugs.
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  • Step 1 Place a drain pan underneath the radiator. When the engine is cool, drain the cooling system from the radiator into the pan and disconnect the negative battery cable.
  • Step 2 Take the accessory drive belt out of the engine and disconnect the heater hose from the water pump.
  • Step 3 Remove the lower radiator hose from the engine (unless you are working with a diesel engine).
  • Step 4 Disconnect the heater hose from the pump, remove the upper radiator hose and take out the fan and shroud assembly.
  • Step 5 Loosen and remove all 4 bolts from the water pump pulley and take out the pulley (except on 4.7L engines) and loosen and remove the bolt to the heater hose pipe.
  • Step 6 Loosen the clamp to the bypass hose attached to the water pump (except on 4.7L engines) and remove the 7 bolts connected to the water pump. Remove the one nut in the 4.7L engines. Take note of the bolts locations, as they are of varying lengths.
  • Step 7 Clean all mating surfaces and install the new water pump with a new gasket and o-ring, lubricating it with petroleum jelly. Tighten the bolts to 40 foot pounds (54 Nm) on the 4.7L engine, and 30 foot pounds (40 Nm) on the other engines.
  • Step 8 Install all components in the reverse order in which they were removed. Use sealant on the heater hose pipe when installing and tighten the nut to 12 foot pounds (16 Nm), making sure that the pipe bracket slot is against the mounting bolt. Tighten the pulley bolts to 16 foot pounds (22 Nm) on the V-10 and 20 foot pounds (27 Nm) on V-6 and V-8.
  • Step 9 Reconnect the negative batter cable, and refill the engine's cooling system with coolant. Start the car and check for leaks when the engine reaches normal operating temperature.
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  • Step 1 Place a drain pan underneath the radiator. When the engine is cool, drain the cooling system from the radiator into the pan and disconnect the negative battery cable.
  • Step 2 Take the accessory drive belt out of the engine and disconnect the heater hose from the water pump.
  • Step 3 Remove the lower radiator hose from the engine (unless you are working with a diesel engine.)
  • Step 4 Disconnect the heater hose from the pump.
  • Step 5 Take out the power steering pump.
  • Step 6 Loosen and remove the four bolts to the water pump, taking note of their locations as one is longer than the other bolts.
  • Step 7 Install the water pump, making sure to install a new gasket, tightening the bolts to 22 foot pounds (30 Nm). Apply a bead of silicone to the gasket making sure the silicone is facing toward the water pump when installing.
  • Step 8 Reinstall and reconnect all components in the reverse order in which they were removed.
  • Step 9 Reconnect the negative batter cable, and refill the engine's cooling system with coolant. Start the car and check for leaks when the engine reaches normal operating temperature.

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    Tools:
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    Steps:
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    o Tip: Safety Tip:Always wear safety glasses when working on your vehicle. Wear other personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary, for example latex gloves or safety shoes.
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    Step 6 * Remove the drive belts or serpentine belt.

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    Step 11 * Re-install any hoses and belts that were removed.

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    o Tip: Squeeze the radiator hose. If it feels soft you may want to replace the hose at this time. Always use new hose clamps.

    Step 13 * Refill radiator with a 50/50 mix of coolant and distilled water, then pressure test the cooling system and check for leaks.

    Step 14 * Fill overflow reservoir with same mixture.

    Step 15 * Leave the radiator cap off, start engine and let it idle. You should see the system“burping” bubbles of air. Refill the radiator to the top.
    o Tip: Most air is expelled after a couple minutes of idling. Be cautious of potentially hot fluid overflowing.

    Step 16 * Install radiator cap.

    Step 17 * Road test vehicle, keep an eye on the engine temp gauge if vehicle runs hot, there still might be an air pocket in the cooling system. The cooling system should be topped off after vehicle has fully cooled down.

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