replace the pump
It cools the engine!
The 2002 Dodge Durango water pump bolt torque specification is 40 pounds. The water pump bolts should be torqued in 20 pound intervals.
No. There would be no point.
That is the water pump pulley.
i want to replace the auxiliary water pump on my 2005 dodge durango. will you please provide a video to show me exactly where it is located and how to replace it? thank you
No, they are of completely differnet styles.
Its on the front of the engine. The pulley with the fan.
The pulley is pressed fit onto the pump. It will not come off the pump. You have to replace the pump to replace it.
Take belt off water pump pulley remove fan from pump (4 bolts) remove old clutch from fan install new with same bolts Put fan back on.
That pulley is part of the water pump. The water pump has failed and needs replaced.
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.
In the pan.
In the fuel tank
Pump it out.
my 93 with a 2.5 uses 3 bolts to hold pulley on the pump
A Dodge Durango does not have a timing belt. It has timing chain. If the timing cover chain gasket is leaking it is normal to change it while changing the water pump.
No. The fuel filter on a 1999 Dodge Durango is in the fuel tank, part of the pump module.
A Dodge Durango does not have a reset or inertia switch.
The factory installed pump would have been a bolt on. Most replacements have pressed on pulleys.