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Have a look at link below for replacements

http://www2.partstrain.com/store/?Ntt=Water%20Pump&N=1596%2010062%204294966988

Some experience and special tools needed . Otherwise take it to a service station to do this work.

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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  • Elias Mavropoulos
    Elias Mavropoulos Aug 17, 2008




    DISASSEMBLY




    1.

    Drain the coolant and disconnect the coolant outlet pipe
    connection hose from the coolant pump.




    2.

    Remove the drive belt and engine coolant pump
    pulley.




    3.

    Remove the timing belt covers and the timing belt
    idler.




    4.

    Remove the coolant pump mounting bolts, then remove the
    generator brace.




    5.

    Remove the coolant pump assembly from the cylinder
    block.
    REASSDEMBLY




    1.

    Clean the gasket surfaces of the coolant pump body and the
    cylinder block.





    2.

    Install a new coolant pump gasket to the coolant pump and
    tighten the bolts to the specified torque.








  • Elias Mavropoulos
    Elias Mavropoulos Aug 17, 2008




    3.

    Install the coolant pump pulley, drive belt and adjust the
    belt tension.




    4.

    Refill the system with clean
    coolant.




    5.

    Run the engine and check for leaks

  • Elias Mavropoulos
    Elias Mavropoulos Aug 17, 2008

    Tightening torque
    Coolant pump bolt to cylinder block :
    12 ~ 15 Nm (120 ~ 150 kg.cm, 9 ~ 11 lb.ft)

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