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Answered 2014-10-07 01:55:57

Drain the radiator. Remove the water pump belt and fan, remove the fan shroud if necessary. Unbolt the pump. Using new gaskets install the new pump. Reinstall the belt and fan then fill the radiator up with new fluid.


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