Question about 1996 Saturn SL
The water pump is under the timing chain cover. if your serpentine belt is loose, that is the belt you can see, then your tensioner is shot. you can buy a new tensioner for about 50 bucks at a parts store. search on www.youtube.com for video directions on how to replace it. if your serpentine belt has not been changed this is a good time to do that as well as it has to come off. replacement of the tensioner and belt is done via a service panel behind the right front wheel.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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