Question about Chevrolet Caprice
Take of the fan shroud behind the radiator. Loosen the bolts fist then loosen the bolts holding the fan. Remove both of these. Remove the hoses on the pump. Then loosen the bolt at the belt tensioning bracket. Slide the pump over a bit and take the bracket off. Next remove the long bolt holding the pump to the engine. Noe you should have enough room to take the pump. Sometimes the pump will freeze up and can be loosed by clamping it in a vise and gripping the pulley with a huge set of adjustable pliers. and spray the insides through the pump's air intake. If not replace it with a new or used one and put everything back so that you can pass the emissions test.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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