Sounds like you need a water pump, The bearings in the water pump are making the noise not the pulley.
if the belt breaks. you will loose alternater, water pump, a/c etc. no power, and it will over heat from the pulley not turning the water pump.
The water pump pulley is the pulley right above the crank pulley (the big pulley in the bottom of the engine.) Right above the water pump pulley should be the alternator pulley, which drives the alternator. I'm guessing the water pump is behind the WP pulley. == == == ==
Behind the water pump pulley. The pump is smaller than the pulley so the pulley hides it.
You need to replace the water pump. It is likely the pulley came off because the water pump bearing failed and siezed.
Behind the water pump pulley. The water pump is small so the water pump pulley covers the entire pump so you can't see it. Once you remove the serpentine belt and the water pump pulley, the pump is easily accessible.
The water pump is driven by the pulley and serpentine belt on the left side of the engine. You'll need to remove the water pump pulley to access the water pump housing bolts. You may need to remove other pulleys to access the bolts. Replace the water pump gasket to prevent leaks.
The bearing in the water pump has failed and the water pump will need replaced.
You need to remove the entire power steering pump. There are two bolts holding it on at the 12 and 6 o'clock position. Remove these via the holes in the power steering pump pulley. (no need to remove the pulley) Push the pump to the side and you then have access to the water pump bolt. Hope this helps. "G"
The bearing has failed in the water pump. The pump will need replaced.
Power steering belt to crankshaft pulley. Alternator belt to water pump pulley and to crankshaft. A/C compressor belt to power steering pump and to crankshaft pulley. Smog/Air pump belt to water pump pulley. This is for a truck that had a 2 grove power steering pulley, a 2 grove water pump pulley and a 3 grove crankshaft pulley................
The water pump is under the timing belt cover. The front most pulley the timing belt runs on is the water pump pulley. The water pump is located under the timing belt cover. The front most pulley the timing belt runs on is the water pump.
replace the pump
loose water pump pulley and overheating engine
The water pump mounted on the front of the engine, with a drive pulley attached to the pump hub. The serpentine belt usually drives the pulley.
No, you do not need. Just remove all bolts and pull it out. Make sure that you replace the water pump gasket.
The water pump is turned via pulley/belt system which is attached via belt to the crankshaft pulley.
The water pump on a 97 Nissan Sentra is behind the timing belt. To replace it you will need to drain the coolant, remove the cylinder head, loosen pulley bolts, drive belts, and water pump pulley. Next, remove coolant hoses, water pump bolts, and finally the old water pump. Reverse directions to replace with new pump.
The pulley is part of the pump assembly. I don't think it comes off. The clutch fan unbolts from there. Is that what you mean?
That is the water pump pulley.
its built into your water pump.
The water pump on that neon is located in the distribution belt with between the camshaft and crankshaft pulley, you have to change also the belt, the problem with that is that it is really difficult to remove the crankshaft pulley, you need a very special extractor for that. Removing the water pump is really easy.
Look at the radiator fan, behind it you should see a pulley. The pulley is connected to the water pump. The center pulley is attached to the water pump. It is not a hard pump to replace, just a pain in the rear to do so. Y-THINK-Y
No, Just unbolts.