Its not that difficult, but you will get nowhere without a flex head ratchet and a little bit of creativity.
Remove the starter (3 bolts) then you will see the shift rod under the carburetror. remove the screw connecting the shift rod. there are 5 bolts holding on the lower unit remove the bolts and the lower unit can be removed. then you cam remove the water pump housing and replace the impeller.
There is bolts unscrew them and the replace again
The water pump is inbetween the lower unit and the motor . Remove the lower unit with 6 bolts and u will see it.
To replace the water pump on a 2003 Grand AM, the first step is to loosen the bolts on the old one and drain the fluid into a bucket. After it is drained, remove the bolts and the water pump and all of the hoses connected to it. Then, put in the new pump, reattach all of the hoses, tighten the bolts, and then refill the coolant reservoir.
first thing that you do is tame off the timing belt cover. then you remove the timing belt. there are two components on the engine that are driven by the timing belt the lower one is the oil pump the upper one is the water pump then you locate and remove the bolts for the water pump. pull the water pump off then replace with new water pump and gasket.
If it is like my 1991 Jetta, follow the lower radiator hose to the water pump housing. There are three bolts that are very difficult to navigate around. The thermostat is located behind those bolts. Don't know why they put the therm there, cause it is a pain in the rump and could have been alot easier if they had put some thought behind the design. You'll see what I mean.
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.
It's fairly difficult as you need to replace a seal thing and turn the water off.
Remove serpentine belt, alternator, and power steering pump. Remove 4 water pump pulley bolts. Remove water pump housing bolts. Remove water pump.
No, you do not need. Just remove all bolts and pull it out. Make sure that you replace the water pump gasket.
loosen the bolts on the water pump pull and take off the belt, then take off the pully. take the hoses off then remove the bolts from the water pump and pull it off
You do not have to change the timing belt to replace the water pump. You do have to remove the timing belt cover to be able to access the bolts that hold the water pump on.
There are usually 4 bolts that hold the clutch to the water pump shaft. It's often an awkward process to hold the shaft from turning while you remove the bolts, but it can be done.There is a tool available to assist in holding the shaft in place. Most auto parts store will allow you to "borrow" the tool if they have one available. I used a pipe wrench when I did it, but the clearance is difficult.As a note: when you replace the water pump, replace the thermostat at the same time as you will have the needed clearance to reach it.
This was the least difficult thing I have worked on with my Mark VIII. It took me about 1 hour from start to finish. Drain the system to save mess, or don't and just put a bucket under the car. Disconnect the top two large hoses. Remove four pulley bolts. Take belt off pulley (flex arm pulley is left of water pump pulley). Remove four bolts holding WP on. Pry water pump out and replace it. Thats it.
Remove the belt from your 1999 Chevy Metro water pump. Remove the water pump return hose. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to replace the water pump.
I have the same car. I also just had to replace the water pump. Cost me about 200. 1. Drain cooling system. 2. Loosen and disconnect hoses. 3. Remove the pulley bolts and the pulley (wedge a screwdriver between the two bolts to prevent the pulley from turning). Loosen all bolts before removing any of them. 4. Remove retaining bolts and remove water pump When installing, put a new gasket and sealant on the bolts. Good luck.
lower the engine from the car
Water pump location on a 1996 DevillWater pump is located under the thermostat on the drivers side of the engine
drain all your antifreeze out, remove your alternator, power steering and a/c belts, if you have a/c. Take the four bolts out that hold the fan blade, remove the blade, remove the pulley, and then remove the 2 bolts on both sides, on the right side of the water pump, you will see 2 bolts for the alt. bracket, you may have to remove to gain access. don't forget to undo your lower radiator hose.
Answerwell if it is in a 95 you have to take off the coil pack then the power steering pump then take of the bolts on the water pump
remove the starter to get access to the forward/reverse linkage take out the screw for that and disconnect linkage next remove the four bolts on lower unit everything slides out water pump is right there on top
Not sure on a '94, but on a '90 w/ a 1.6 you just remove the pulley bolts on the water pump, take off the pulley and belt, remove the thermostat housing on the side of the water pump, and then remove the water pump bolts. After that you can take off the water pump.
You'll have to replace some or all of your water. There is no method to remove calcium hardness.
remove belt pump is accessable remove bolts make sure coolant is drained first replace