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How do you replace the water pump on a 1988 Lincoln Town Car?

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start by takingoff the fan belt. then remove the fan, lossen the alternator slide it to the side out of the way, remove the smog pump (under the a/c compressor)may or may not have to remove power steiring pump.now you shouldbe able to remove the water pump, or5 for a more complete diagram buy a repair manuel form a auot parts store.

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