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Need to change water pump on 2002 dodge sratus looking for tips

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You need a haynes repair, because you have to remove the timing belt.you need to buy a repair manual and read through it before removing water.you have quite few things that you have to be remove before removing water pump.you will need a large drain pan.good time to replace thermostat, radiator cap, new radiator hoses since all coolant going to be out the radiator.

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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