not realy, its a matter of removing the pulley then the bolts, if this is the 1.0L engine. it is however tight getting at it on some models.
Do u need to take the pulls off to change the water pump on a 2001 concordeLXI 3.2 motor
the water pump is part of the timing belt or chain. you have to take the belt or chain off to change the water pump. if you change the water pump, change the belt too.
take your belt off look on right hand side of motor if looking at motor should be close to bottom of motor 3 or 4 bolts will hv to take pulley
take of the belt and the belt pully for the water pump wich is located on the passenger side of motor form lower radiaotor hose. unscrew water pump bolts and remove old water pump.
take it to a mechanic.
you have to pull the motor and when you get the motor pulled take the oil pan off and the oil pump is in there ity will have a tube with a screen on it good luck
You do not remove the engine to change a water pump.
It will take you about 3 hours to change a water pump on a 1993 Plymouth Voyager 3.0L. If you are unfamiliar with this water pump it will take a lot longer than three hours. The water pump is inside the passenger side of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
In order to change the water pump the first step is removing the grill and then the radiator fan assembly. Once this is done the water pump is accessible it will have four bolts that must be removed in order to take out the water pump.
If you take the motor mounts loose and jack the engine up high enough it might be possible to get the pan off and the pump out without taking the motor completely out.
The water pump is run off of the timing belt. Remove the front cover, you will need to support the motor and take off the passenger side motor mount. With the cover off, mark the timing belt both on the crankshaft and the cam. so you can replace it without worring about the timing. Loosen the tension pully and take the belt off the water punp. Change the pump and replace the belt and cover.
to change the water pump loosen all the pulley bolts, then take the belt off. after you get the pulley comletely off, there will be 5 more bolts. take them off and the water pump will come off. you might have to tap alittle.
The water pump is driven by timing belt, so, replace the timing belt while you are replacing water pump, because you have to take off timing belt to get to water pump.
to install a water pump on a Toyota tercel 1.5.
It's on the front of the motor, kinda towards the bottom of the block. You have to take the timing belt cover off to replace the water pump.
about 2 hours
its either the water pump or thermostat take it to a shop if you can that pump is a nightmare to change
To change a water pump on a Suzuki xl7 2002 you should have knowledge about automobiles, so its better to not do it at home and take it to the mechanic nearby.
It is behind the timing belt coves and you will have to take the timing belt off to change the water pump out
how much labor time does it take to change the water pump on an 07 impala
should only take about an hour
the water pump is locate in back of the motor bracket on the left side of the engine it take about 4 hours to remove it
there is a special tool that you install from the front of the motor. there is an axcess cover tot he from of the water pump. the tool holds the pump gear so that you can remove the water pump and not have to take the timing chains off to do it.
Its pretty simple to change the water pump on your olds. First you must jack up the motor so you can remove the motor mount on the passanger side of the motor once the motor mount is removed then you have to loosen the serpentine belt. Your water pump is located underneath the alternator. Take and remove seven bolts from the water pump let them hang there while your coolant drains out (takes about 2 min.) put the new pump on,tighten the serpentine belt start your car up and fill radiator with 50/50 antifreeze until it looks like it will go over stop and keep filling until you can see the coolant at the top and won't go down anymore.
Yes. Try to find another car in the junk yard that has the type of water pump you want to use and take all the pulleys and brackets from it.