The fan bolts to the front of the water pump using 4 bolts (13 mm head). first u have to remove the upper and lower fan shroud. This will grant you access to remove the fan assembly and provide elbow room to remove the water pump after you get the fan out of the way. it usually take 1-2 hours to replace this water pump. be sure to cool the engine first and drain all the antifreeze into a container. there are approximately 5 bolts, give or take, that hod the water pump to the engine block. Count the holes in your new pump to be sure you have removed them all before you try to pry the old pump from the block. Some of these bolts are different length so i like to put them in the new pump as i pull them out of the old one so i know which one goes where.
P.S. dont forget to remove the radiator hose from the pump first.
THE FAN IS SCREWED ON NO BOLTS,USE A LARGE WRENCH AND A SPEICAL TOOL TO HOLD THE PULLEY
# Drain the radiator below the thermostat level # Remove the water outlet elbow assembly from the engine and the remove the thermostat
I used two large wrenches,but my water pump assembly was out of the vehicle at the time
you now get over it
look in the manual
remove upper fan shroud, unbolt fan from water pump, remove belt, remove hoses from water pump, remove water pump bolts, transfer heater hose fitting to new waterpump, clean up old gasket, install in reverse order.
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That is what the big fan on the front of your engine is bolted to.
That is what the fan is bolted to that's on the front of your engine.
It is in the middle between the intake and the water pump.
Remove the belt from your 2005 Chevy Impala water pump. Remove the water return hose. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new water pump.
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