there should be 4 nuts that hold the fan to the water pump it is best to loosen the nuts before you take the belt off....if you don't know where the water pump is look between the fan blades and the front of the motor 4 nuts (or bolts if someone has replaced them as such) just follow the fan blades down to where the all meet and it on the hard to reach side of the fan You will also need to take the 2 bolts on the top of ths shroud loose. After you get the 4 bolts out for the fan. Then loosen the belt with the tensioner(a 3 eights inch drive will fit into the square hole on top of tensioner bracket). After bolts are out and belt is off take the 2 shroud bolts out. The fan should come off the shaft easily. Pick up the fan with the shroud and lift straight up and out. Then alls that is left is 2 hoses and three bolts to get the water pump out.
Buy a new truck, or try replacing the heater core. Try a new water pump....
the fan clutch is built into the water pump,it cant be separated,you have to replace the water pump.
counter clock wise will remove the fan
The bearing has failed in the water pump. The pump will need replaced.
the cluth fan bolts right up to the water pump mounted on the block
My 1994 Suzuki Intruder 800 (VS800G) just went in to the shop to have the water pump replaced. Yes, it was a water pump and a thermostat. It also has a fan, fan switch or relay and a temp. sensor for the fan. It has everything a car has.
Drain the radiator. Remove the water pump belt. Take the fan off and fan shroud if necessary. Unbolt the pump and remove it. Bolt on the new pump, and reverse the process to finish the installation.
It's behind the pulley with the fan on
That is what the fan is bolted to that's on the front of your engine.
take out the radiator and fan shroud. remove all pulley brackets. take the fan off of the water pump pulley. the water pump is located at the bottom front of the engine. remove all the bolts... and go back with it in opposite sequence
first let the engine cool, takeoff the serpentine belt, fan shroud and fan assembly off of the pulley, then unbolt the water pump, take it off clean off the old gasket. then do the reverse, put on the new water pump bolt it in place, put the fan on then the fan shroud the the serpentine 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.
Dead center on the front of the engine. Probably has a big fan attached to it.
by removing the upper and lower fan shroud, lower for ease of space from bottom, next the fan clutch assembly is removed from the water pump. after removing the fan the serpentine belt has to be removed as well as the pulley for the belt on the water pump. the only thing left at that point is to remove the coolant from the radiator and disconnect all of the hoses to the water pump and then there are four bolts that attach the water pump to the block. assemble reverse.
Drain the radiator on the 94 Regal. Remove the water pump belt (remove the fan and shroud if necessary.) Unbolt the water pump. Install the new pump, then reverse the instructions to finish the installation.
If you look at the big fan on the front of the engine, The water pump is what the fan is bolted to.
You can tell where the water pump is located by finding where the mechanical fan is bolted to. If you want to change the water pump, the fan and fan shroud must be removed.
Drain coolant Remove 4 bolts that secure fan and pulley on water pump Remove Belts Slide fan and pulley off water pump shaft Loosen and remove bolts securing water pump Remove coolant hoses if required Remove water pump Clean engine surface before installing new pump and gasket ya what he said......lol
fan clutch is built into water pump,u have to get new water pump.
Look for your belts, the water pump is driven by what used to be called fan belts, so there are a series of belts on the side that your water pump is located, so look on each side of your motor for fan belts that is the side that your water pump is located
What about it? Remove the fan shroud, remove the fan itself, unbolt the water pump.
There is no fan on the water pump on that vehicle, only a pulley that unbolts.
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
You have to drain the radiator and remove the transmission lines then remove the radiator itself after you losen the fan shroud. After that remove everything bolted to the water pump which is located right in the center bolted to the fan. Yes, you have to remove the fan as well as the lower radiator hose, then you can remove the bolts holding the water pump in place. After that all you have to do is replace the old pump with the new, using a new gasket. Then reverse everything you did to get to the water pump and put everything back together again.