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Want to replace water pump's worn out bearing of my nissan urvan TD27...your assistance will be highly appreciated....

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    td27 nissan urvan 98 model, the water in the radiator was lost due to over heat

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Water pumps are not really designed to be dismantled and the body invariably collapses when you try push one of the fittings off. The shaft also forms the bearing and these are not readily available. It is easiest to just replace the water pump as a unit. Water pumps are not expensive and pirate parts are available but may be of dubious quality.

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