water pump removal
Reverse rotation water pumps turn in the oposite direction of the crankshaft and are typically used with surpentine belts. The back (smooth) side of the belt is routed around the water pump pulley, thereby rotating it in the oposite direction of the crankshaft.Standard rotation water pumps turn in the same direction as the crankshaft and are typically used with V-Belts.Turning a water pump in the wrong direction will cause overheating.
The drive belts transfer the turning force of the crankshaft to the water pump through a system of belts and pulleys. The belt causes the water pump pulley to turn which spins the impeller in the water pump forcing coolant to flow through the engine, radiator, and heater core.
Crankshaft Pulleys and BeltsUsually, the answer is yes. the crankshaft pulley drives belts which in turn drive auxiliary devices such as alternators, generators, water pumps, smog pumps, power steering pumps, A/C compressors, etc.There are a few occasional exceptions where some auxiliaries are driven by gears connected to gears within the engine. Some of these instances include the engines in heavy construction equipment, agricultural tractors, and large truck tractors.
modern vehicles like toyota rav4 does not use fan belts they use drive belts . these belts can be one long serpine tile belt or two belts depending on year and make these belts drive alternater water pump crankshaft pull power stering (again depending on year )
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................
There are 2 or 3 depending on whether or not you have A/C. 1. Power steering pump to water pump. 2. Alternator to water pump. 3. A/C compressor to crankshaft.
Most likely the same as other Toyota drive belts which is control power steering, water pump, Air Conditioning pump, alternator and crankshaft.
Replacing the water pump entails removing the accessory belts, removing the value cover, timing belt cover, the right engine mount and mount bracket, the timing belt and crankshaft pulley and then the water pump. While your that far into the dis assembly you should replace the timing belt, the cam and crankshaft seal.
Serpentine belts are used on a Dodge Neon to operating the engine accessories like the alternator, water pump, and air conditioner compressor. The power is provided by the engine's crankshaft.
It is circulated by a water pump
The water pump is located under the timing belt/ front pully cover you need to remove the front engine mount,all belts, crankshaft pully, then remove the cover ( its in two parts) and the camshaft /timing belt as it drives the water pump. Good time to also replace the belt. best to remove the front wheel to get at the crankshaft pully
Remove Power steering, and A/C belts. Move the A/C compressor out of the way if you have this. While Alt/water pump belts are still tight, try to loosen the bolts on the water pump pulley. If the pulley moves, you may need to jam a screwdriver in there to hold it. Loosen the belts, unbolt the alternator if you do not have enough access and remove. Getting the alternator out is usually tricky and involves unbolting the main bracket as well. Unbolt the water pump, clean gasket surfaces, install new gasket, install new pump. Put everything back.
This is the procedure for replacing the water pump on a 2000 Nissan Quest:1. Drain the coolant.2. Remove or disconnect the following:a. Negative battery cableb. Drive beltsc. Water pump pulley using strap wrench 303-D055-(D85L-6000-A) to hold the pulley while removing the bolts4. Remove the crankshaft pulley using the following procedure:a. Raise and safely support the vehicle.b. Remove the 5 right side inner engine and transmission splash shield bolts and 2 screws and remove the inner engine and transmission shield.c. Remove the 4 right side outer engine and transmission splash shield bolts and 2 screws and remove the right side outer engine and transmission splash shields.d. Use a strap wrench to hold the crankshaft pulley while removing the crankshaft pulley bolt.e. Use a crankshaft damper remover to draw the crankshaft pulley off the front of the crankshaft.5. Remove the 5 lower engine front cover bolts and take of the front cover.6. Remove the 6 water pump bolts. Make note of the locations of the bolts since one should be a stud/bolt and must be returned to its original location. Remove the water pump.To install:1. Clean all parts well. The bolt threads should be cleaned of any old sealer or corrosion. Be sure the mating surfaces between the water pump and the engine block are cleaned of any old sealant. Apply a continuous bead of gasket maker type sealer approximately 1/8 inch (3mm) wide onto the water pump and position the water pump on the engine block.2. Install the 6 water pump bolts. Refer to any notes made at removal so the bolts can be returned to their original locations. Do not over-tighten the water pump bolts. Tighten the water pump bolts evenly to 12-15 ft. lbs. (16-21 Nm).3. Position the water pump pulley on the water pump and install the 4 pulley bolts. Use a strap wrench to hold the pulley as the bolts are tightened to 12-15 ft. lbs. (16-21 Nm).4. Install the front engine cover and the 5 lower front cover bolts. Tighten to 27-44 inch lbs. (3-5 Nm).5. Install the crankshaft pulley using the following procedure:6. Install the crankshaft pulley and pulley bolt.7. Hold the pulley with a strap wrench. Tighten the crankshaft pulley bolt to 90-98 ft. lbs. (123-132 Nm).8. Install the inner and outer engine and transmission splash shields.9. Install the drive belts.10. Connect the negative battery cable.11. Refill the cooling system.12. Start the engine and check for leaks.
Drain the radiator. Remove the drive belt, and the crankshaft sprocket cover. Unbolt the pump, replace it, then re-install the cover and belt.
The water pump is on the front of the engine, just under the top radiator hose. After removing the top hose and drive belts, the pump should be accessible to be unbolted and exchanged.
Drain coolant Loosen and remove bolts that hold fan in place Remove fan belts Remove pulley Remove hoses unbolt and remove water pump Clean engine mounting surface completely install new gasket and pump reverse to install
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
The belt will be fine. You just need to replace that pump.
To install the water return fitting above the ground pool, you have to switch off the source. After this you can then install the water.
its really simple... the belt goes around the crankshaft pulley, then it goes over the water pump and around the alternator.
This might help if you have a Daewoo Nubira/Lacetti 1.4L/1.6L. What you need is a timing belt adjuster and a angular torque gauge for this operation. First start with the removal procedure; Disconnect the negative battery cable, the air cleaner outlet hose from the throttle body and the breather tube from the camshaft cover. Then remove the air cleaner housing, the right front wheel and the right front wheel well splash shield. Remove the serpentine accessory drive belt and the crankshaft bolts and pulley. Then remove the upper front timing belt cover bolts and the upper front timing belt cover. Continue with the removal of the lower front timing belt cover bolts and the lower front timing belt cover. At this time install the crankshaft pulley bolt and rotate the crankshaft clockwise until the timing mark on the crankshaft gear is aligned with the notch at the bottom of the rear timing belt cover. Slightly loosen the water pump retaining bolts. Using the timing belt adjuster, rotate the water pump counterclockwise to release the tension on the timing belt. Remove the right engine mount bracket and then you can remove the timing belt. Then countinue with the installation procedure; Align the timing mark on the crankshaft gear with the notch on the bottom of the rear timing belt cover. Align the timing marks on the camshaft gears. When this is done install the timing belt. Install the right engine mount bracket. Rotate the water pump clockwise using the timing belt adjuster. Rotate the water pump clockwise until the adjust arm pointer of the timing belt automatic tensioner is aligned with the notch in the timing belt automatic tensioner bracket. Tighten the water pump retaining bolts. Rotate the crankshaft two full turns clockwise using the crankshaft pulley bolt. Loosen the water pump retaining bolts and rotate the water pump until the adjust arm pointer of the timing belt automatic tensioner is aligned with the pointer on the timing belt automatic tensioner bracket. Tighten the water pump retaining bolts and remove the crankshaft pulley bolt. Then install the upper and lower front timing belt covers and their bolts. Tighten the front timing belt cover bolts. Install the crankshaft pulley and the crankshaft pulley bolt. Tighten the crankshaft pulley bolt and retighten 30 degrees plus 15 degrees. Install the serpentine accessory drive belt and the right front wheel well splash shield. Install the right front wheel, air cleaner housing and reconnect the air cleaner outlet hose to the throttle body and the breather tube to the camshaft cover. And finally remember to connect the negative battery cable.
how do you install a water pump on a2004 Isuzu axiom
I just did my water pump last year on my 98' stratus. Power stearing pump off first. Then front and passenger motor mounts, with a jack under the oil pan. lower the jack on the oil pan far enough to get the cranckshaft pully off and take the crankshaft pully off. Remove both belt covers and belts. Once all that is done you can take out the 7 bolts holding the pump on (they are hard to get to). Revese the order to install.
There's a mark on the bottom of the hole in which the crankshaft pulley bolt goes into. That mark has to be aligned with the mark on the oil pan below it. The camshafts have marks on them which has to be aligned so they face each other. Install the timing belt, adjust and tighten the tensioner located above the crankshaft pulley and to the right of the water pump pulley, then rotate the crankshaft twice in a clockwise direction. When done, the camshafts should end up back where they started.