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Answered 2007-11-23 18:20:53

The bypass hose is a pain in the butt to replace. requires access from top and bottom, about an hour and the patience of a saint. I cut the old clamps off with cutters to speed removal, installation is still a pain...

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1.DISCONNECT THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE=2.OPEN THE RADIATOR VALVE AND DRAIN THE COOLANT==3.REMOVE THE COOLING FAN AND SHROUD AS AN ASSEMBLY==4.REMOVE THE ACCESSORY DRIVE BELT==5.REMOVE THE WATER PUMP PULLEY FROM THE HUB==6.DISCONNECT HOSES FROM THE WATER PUMP==7.LOOSEN THE HEATER HOSE COOLANT RETURN TUBE MOUNTING BOLT AND NUT AND REMOVE THE TUBE DISCARD THE O-RING==8.REMOVE THE WATER PUMP MOUNTING BOLTS==9.LOOSEN THE CLAMP AT THE WATER PUMP END OF THE BYPASS HOSE.SLIP THE BYPASS HOSE FROM THE WATER PUMP WHILE REMOVING THE PUMP FROM THE ENGINE. DISCARD THE GASKET==10.CLEAN ALL GASKET MATING SURFACES==11.GUIDE THE WATER PUMP AND NEW GASKET INTO POSITION WHILE CONNECTING THE BYPASS HOSE TO THE PUMP. TIGHTEN THE WATER PUMP BOLTS TO 30FT.LBS (40NM)==12.INSTALL THE BYPASS HOSE CLAMP==13.SPIN THE WATER PUMP TO ENSURE THE PUMP IMPELLER DOES NOT RUB AGAINST THE TIMING CHAIN COVER==14.COAT A NEW O-RING WITH COOLANT AND INSTALL IT TO THE HEATER HOSE COOLANT RETURN TUBE==15.INSTALL THE COOLANT RETURN TUBE TO THE ENGINE .ENSURE THE SLOT IN THE TUBE BRACKET IS BOTTOMED TO THE MOUNTING BOLT . THIS WILL PROPERLY POSITION THE RETURN TUBE==16.CONNECT THE RADIATOR HOSE TO THE WATER PUMP==17.CONNECT THE HEATER HOSE AND CLAMP TO THE RETURN TUBE==18.INSTALL THE WATER PUMP PULLEY AND TIGHTEN THE BOLTS TO 20 FT. LBS (27 NM)==19.INSTALL THE ACCESSORY DRIVE BELT==20.INSTALL THE COOLING FAN AND SHROUD==21.FILL THE COOLING SYSTEM==22.CONNECT THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE==23.START THE ENGINE AND CHECK FOR LEAKS=


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