Simple!!!!!! pull the old one out and install the new one reverse of the disasembly. if that is to hard take it to a mechanic. besides that the water pump is on the opposite side of the timeing belt. the timeing belt doesnt cover any of the bolts for the water pump.
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Hello, Joey, thank you for the direct question. Here is an easier more accurate way to troubleshoot your problem, other than the one proposed.
If the fuel pump is in doubt, check for fuel pressure at the fuel rail on right side of the engine. With the key in the run position you should have about 40 PSI. If pressure is present, but low, check for a restricted fuel filter and voltage at the connector, on top of the fuel pump. You should have 12 volts there. A lot of times a bad ground will cause a drop in voltage. The pump will still run, but will be weak. You should be able access it from under the backseat.
Another area to inspect is the CAS. If the ECU does not receive a signal the engine is trying to start or is running, it will not fire the fuel pump. I hope this info was helpful & good luck with the Talon.
Disconnect the battery.cables.
Jack-up the car, and support in on jack-stands.
Get under the car, and remove the exhaust pipe that's connected to the turbo.
Replace the gasket. (exhaust bolts could be tough to remove) spray some WD40 on the bolts/nuts prior to
working them. Installation is reverse of removal.
its probably your fuel pressure solenoid. it is probably leaking vacuum to the FPR causing your fuel pressure to be to low. try disconnecting the vacuum hose coming off the fuel pressure regulator.
put your finger over the end of the hose and have someone try and start the car. (if your alone just plug up the hose)
if the car will start easily now, replace the solenoid and the problem should be fixed