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How do you replace the water pump on a 1993 Buick LeSabre?

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2011-09-12 21:06:11
2011-09-12 21:06:11

You need to take off the mortor mount on the the side that the water pump is on. There are two bolts on the top of the mount and two on the side of the mount be care taking them off so you don't break the bolts use a lot lubication. Put a jack under the oil pan with some kind of board on the jack for support. Kack up the engine for easier access to the water pump. Then take off the bolts holding the pump on clean off the old gasket.

AnswerI just did mine on a 92. I could not get the mount out because there is not enough room to slide it off the stud from the block. After cursing all American cars and their engineers, I noticed I could swing it to the right to get the pump bolts out. So, although you have to remove almost all the mount bolts, if you still can't slide it out, try sliding it to the right. I also jacked up the front of the motor until the power steering punp tank touched the cross member bar. Really not that bad - about 3 hours.

Oh Yeh ! autozone.com has a great site having instructions and pics on how to do it.

This is a pay back post. I couldn't have done this without what I found on the net !!!!!

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