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How much will it cost to replace a water pump on 1997 chrysler lhs v6.


the waterpump on this car is turned by the timing belt, when you replace the waterpump on this car the timing belt should be replaced no doubt about it, the timing belt must be replaced and also the pulleys checked and if the car have 100,000 miles or more the timing belt pulleys must be replaced. the reason for this is that if for any reason the belt jumps or breakes then engine damage will occur, the pistons will bend the valves and this is very costly, there is no extra labor to do the belt it has to be removed to do the waterpump you would just pay for the parts, for example to do a waterpump it would run about $400.00, then to do it right with a waterpump timing belt and pulleys it would run 500.00,i think its a wise thing to do.this car only uses one pulley that needs replacing so i said pulleys but rather just a pulley that runs in this belt design. good day, heres a few diagrams to help explain how it works.johnjohn2_126.gifjohnjohn2_127.gifjohnjohn2_128.gif

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Procedure on changing waterpump


  1. first drain the cooling system.
  2. loosen bolts on the waterpump pulley and remove the inner fender cover on the pass/side.
  3. remove the surpentine fan belt, note; make a diagram of the belt routing so belt will go back on the right way.
  4. remove the bolts you loosened on the pump pulley, use a pry bar to pry engine back to have enough room to remove the waterpump pulley.
  5. remove the bolts holding waterpump, you will want a pan under the van to catch coolant when waterpump is removed,
  6. remove the pump and clean old gasket off the block and install new pump,
  7. reverse to install new pump and fill system with coolant allow engine to run until thremostat opens,hope this is helpful. heres a few diagrams of the waterpump and the cover and the belt routing, good luck and hope this is helpful.
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Need to view a diagram of 2002 cadillac deville engine to know what small belt came off of on drivers side next to engine


Hello, That belt drives the waterpump, if the belt came off then you have a problem. Either the pulley on the tensioner is locked up or the waterpump is locked up. It may have destroyed the pulley on the camshaft that drives the waterpump. Remove the black metal guard that covers the large pulley. Hope this helps to get you started.

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Hello, If its making a loud squeeking/scraping noise, in my maytag that i repaired, the problem was the waterpump. If you turn the washer on it's side, you will see that it has a belt with three pully's on the bottom. One pulley is connected to the waterpump and right where the pulley meets the metal plate it's connected to, there should be a gold2_bing.gif coupling. This coupling sometimes comes loose and scrapes the metal plate on spin cycle (when the pulley is spinning) which causes the scraping/squeeking sound. If this is the case, you will see where the coupling has scraped a groove into the metal plate. The coupling will eventually catch while spinning and break entirely. The cheapest new water pump is $80.

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How do you replace the throttle position sensor


Removal & Installation
  1. Remove the idle air control (IAC) electrical connector (1) from the IAC sensor (4).
  2. Remove the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor electrical connector from the MAP sensor.
  3. Remove the water pump belt cover.
  4. Remove the TP sensor retaining screws electrical connector (2) from the TP sensor (3).
  5. Remove the TP sensor electrical connector (2) from the TP sensor (3).


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Identifying components for removal of the TP Sensor


To install:
  1. Install the new O-ring on to the TP sensor.
  2. Connect the TP Sensor electrical connector (2) to the TP sensor (3).
  3. Install the TP sensor (2) on to the throttle body (1). Tighten the TP sensor screws to 2.3 Nm (20 inch lbs.).
  4. Connect the IAC electrical connector (1) to the IAC sensor (4).
  5. Connect the MAP sensor electrical connector to the MAP sensor.
  6. Install the water pump belt and tensioner cover.
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  9. Wait 1 minute.
  10. Turn the ignition to the LOCK/OFF position.

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Te magna waterpump changeover


MAGNA 1996 TE you have to pull down all covers of front of motor remove rh wheel and inner plastic protecters to access crank wheel remove crank wheel. rh engine mount and two outer belts lower/lift engine to remove timing belt pulleys ect.remove timing belt to access waterpump lots of labour can email photos if any one needs an idea .of whats involved when replacing water pump. best get a timing belt kit and replace belt ,pulleys as well. then good for 100.0000 kms and plugs as well platium ones by doing on your own can save 800 to 1000 dollars just be carful not to move pulleys on timing belt . good luck i posted this after i had no response .a desiel mechanic guided me though the ordeal a lot of labour for a waterpump it took me 8 hrs straight to do . hope this is useful i didnt need timing kit just belt total cost if you do job $350.00 i got quoted $1500 by mechanic
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Maytag SAV2555 will not spin


it does( withiut looking at it myself), sound like the pulley/helix are just slipping past eachother and not engaging one anoher, does the sloped side of the pulley(wehre it meshes with the helix appear to be rounded over???) thats really the only reason i could see to replace the pulley.. for get trying oto spin the belt can you grab hold of the p[uley and try spinning it directly????. rfeason i askl is that in order to replace the pulley, youll need to rease th springs around the bottom of tub, and remove the entire unit from the cabinet, after removing unit, turn unit upside down, you need to remove the motor,, then unbolt the 3 white legs form the outer tub, and remove the 3 brake pads bolted to underneath uint with 3/8 nuts, the stansion then will lifht up giving you room to remove the pulley. awful alot of work if not needed,

Apr 15, 2008 | Maytag SAV2555A Top Load Washer

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Maytag washer sav2555


the pulley will not remove very easily , it wold require removine the milk stool, motor and some other parts, not the easiest hing to do especially if not needed, the helix you removed, take a look at it , the sloped ends of it should create a pretty sharp angle, then a 90degree drop off, the slopes om the pulley should be the same, they should not apppear to be rounded off,helix is probly 10 bucks if needed and if its at the helix that you see the "slipping" and "clicking noise, before condeming the tranny i would start with tthe helix, if after re-installing it it still clicks up and over pully perhaps try adding another spacer under the bolt before tightening. the idea behind the pulley and helix is that depending on rotation of the transissiion, the helix "pushes against" the pulley adn spreads the brake plate, releasing the brake allowing the tub tospin freely

Apr 06, 2008 | Maytag SAV2555A Top Load Washer

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Wont spin and makes a noise


def needs a pully to add tension in order to spin. reconnect adn watch what it does. where does noise appear to come from??? sometimes the lower most "helix" strips out on machine and sounds as if theres amototr boat in you machine.Its the bottom most item on the centraal shaft of the transmission held o by a 1/2 bolt. if either that or the pulley above it strip it wont dissengage the brake assy and will "motor boat" with no action from transmission

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