95 Grand AM V6 water pump is fairly easy. You have to take the serpentine belt off. The water pump pully has 4 bolts in it take them out the pully slides off and there are 4 more bolts that hold the water pump in take those out and the water pump slides out.
take of the belt and the belt pully for the water pump wich is located on the passenger side of motor form lower radiaotor hose. unscrew water pump bolts and remove old water pump.
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remove the exhaust manifold (its under it) if it is a single or dual over head cam engine
the water pump is located on the left side of the engine mid way down. remove the belt and then the pully. the pump is located behind of the pully. there is not much room and it is not easy to replace,
Open the hood, stand on the passenger's side and look through the belts right at the middle of the engine. The pully right in the middle is it, the back of the belt turns it.
first you wanna drain cooling system of course, you need to remove the four bolts off the water pump pully, it's better to loosen them up when the belt is still on.Then remove serp. belt by using a regular 3\8 rachet on the tensioner. Remove the water pump pully.Then with a paint stick mark where the position of the pump is because you can move the pump to any position but it will only blot up one way.Remove the five water pump bolts,(they are 8mm bolts) then remove 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
You can replace the sheer core, on your 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix, by removing the water lines. Remove the four bolts that hold the heater core in place. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
in the water pump
Disconnect the negative battery terminal.Drain radiator.Remove upper radiator hose, lower radiator hose.(If automatic disconnect cooler lines)Remove fan shroud from radiator, remove radiator.Loosen the fan clutch on the water pump pully.Remove fan and clutch.Remove serpientien belt.Remove alternator. Place to the side.Remove A/C compressor and power steering pump to the side.Remove pully from crank.Remove pully from water pumpRemove bolts to water pump.Remove water pump.Note:1: Clean all mating surfaces till they are shinny.2: Thermostat should be changed when pump is changed.3: Fill with 50/50 Etheyln Glycol (antifreeze) and water.
When I first realized I had to change the water pump in my Grand Am it looked pretty daunting and I wasn
Under hood pasanger side losen three bolts in motor mount about 3/4 in,may pry down with flat screwdriver. This will drop motor. Remove belt and pump bolts and pully bolts push pully back. Now pully will fall in hand. P s drain fluid first.
It goes into the water pump. You remove a plug and screw in the block heater. Between the engine and the firewall. You can get at it from underneath.
unbolt the old one bolt on the new one
buy an service manual from a parts store for this car and read it will tell u how cost about 15 bucks for manual
There may be water in the oil
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it might have an internal water pump which is in the block
did my '85: drain fluid remove 2 belts loosen the alternator mount for one (2 bolts) remove the tension pully on the other (2 bolts) remove water pump pully (3 bolts) remove upper timing belt cover (5 i think) remove water pump (7 bolts) attach everything back in reverse order be careful not to drip fluid into the oil tube or the hole when you remove the dipstick mount
you probibly need to change the water pump to a newer year. there is no difference between the 400 and the 455 besides the year. if you use the pump for the 455 it should work or go to the salvage yard and get pully setup for the 455.