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Can the water pump housing gasket on a 2point4 Liter 1996 Pontiac Grand Am be replace without removing all the parts that are required to be removed when replacing the pump itself?

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2007-04-25 22:36:40
2007-04-25 22:36:40

no it cant i just finished my water pump install on my 2.4L and you have to un bolt the header pipe sorry!

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