1. drain the radiator at the bottom drain nut 2. detached all the hose to the radiator 3. remove the screws of the radiator shroud from the radiator 4. unscrew the radiator and lifted out 5. remove the fan 6. remove all the belts 7. remove the black cover that covers the timing belt and water pump 8. remove the tension spring and the tensioner that holds the timing belt and slip the timing belt off 9. you should be able to get the water pump off
Just had this done yesterday on my 2002. Timing belt about $500, water pump another $500.
4is it 4 or 6 cylinder ? It is a 4 cylinder
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You should replace the water pump on a 1999 Toyota Avalon when it becomes worn out. You can also replace it when it begins leaking.
You will know if you have a leaky water pump because it will be leaking coolant out of the water pump.
I have a 94 Toyota 4wd turck....I replace the radiator. it was plugged up. Water wont circulation. Fixed my problem
Approximately $400. Have them replace the water pump while they're at it. All the labor has already been done, you'll just need to pay for the water pump.
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Water pump housing. Follow lower hose till it goes into engine. 3 nuts old it on. Unles you have a 4 cylinder. Then its on the top hose going into the engine. 2 nuts hold this one on.
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It should be located in the water outlet.
Toyota recommends 90,000 miles. unless the water pump goes, this interval is fine.
Remove engine and transaxle assembly
The water pump is driven by the timing belt.
No there is not a water jacket in an intake manifold they are around the cylinder walls in the engine block.
It is in the trough below the EGR and intake manifold alongside the water bypass tube. Be careful with it if you take it out as they appear to be expensive.
Fill it till all the cooling veins are covered with antifreeze and distilled water depending on you environment.