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How do i replace the water pump on my turbo charged eagle talon the engine is side ways and i cant seem to get to the last bolt without removing the timing belt how would i go about doing that

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    how much should cost to change a water pump @ the shop? on 95 talon tsi

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    how much should cost to change a water pump @ the shop?

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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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