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How do you install rear brakes and a water pump on a 1996 Chevy CK1500?

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2011-09-13 04:50:28
2011-09-13 04:50:28

You didn't specify which motor you have but if it is a 5.0 or 5.7 V8, you will have to remove the fan first which is held on by either 4 bolts, or if it is the new style a large nut on the fan clutch threads on directly to the water pump shaft and will require a tool that you can rent from Orielly or some other local parts house. You will then need to remove the serpentine belt. Now you are ready to remove the radiator and heater hoses. The pump is held on by 4 bolts a couple are kind of hard to see, but aren't that bad to get with a 3/8ths ratchet and extension. The water pump should then be able to be removed and the procedure reversed to replace the pump. I believe that the 4.3 Liter V-6 is the same, but it has been a while since I have done one.

The rear brakes are the same style drums that GM has used for many years, the main advice is to do one side at a time so you will have a reference.

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