1. remove under-cover on LH side 2. remove cruise control actuator 3. raise vehicle and suspend engine to relieve force on mount 3a. remove front left wheel and wheel well lining (to access belts) 4. pull off drive belts, tension pulley assy, tension pulley bracket 5. pull engine mounting bracket, P/S pump pressure switch connector, P/S pump (suspend, such as wiring it to the hood) 6. pull engine support bracket, crank pulley (special tool), timing belt covers 7. pull front flange, adjust timing belt tension, remove timing belt (align marks, mark direction of belt if re-using -- service interval is 60K) 8. R&R water pump (bolts: 17 ft/lb) 9. re-install timing belt (seek an expert if unsure) 10. adjust timing belt tension (tensioner fixing bolts 16-22 ft/lb, belt tension 46.3-68.3 lbs) 11. re-install belt covers (7-9 ft/lb) 12. re-install crank pulley (special tool) 13. re-install support bracket carefully (spray lubricant on reamer area as tightening) 14. re-install other components in reverse order of removal (mount: center 25 ft/lb, side 72-87 ft/lb)
This is a long procedure. Some information omitted for space. See http://www.stealth316.com/0-frames.htm for possible other sources of information. Factory manuals may be available on ebay.
check your water pump
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To replace the water pump in my 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 v8, it was $375 including labor and everything.
It's about $1300, half in labor. Just had it done in ours, replaced all other belts and water pump as well, since they all had to come off to get to the timing belt.
i want to replace the auxiliary water pump on my 2005 dodge durango. will you please provide a video to show me exactly where it is located and how to replace it? thank you
A 1999 Dodge Ram does not have a water control valve.
how do i change a water pump in a 1991 dodge shadow with a 2.2 liter does it require an internal water pump
The water pump is driven by the timing belts if you take your timing belt cover off and look between the 2 center camshaft gears you will see the water pump!
the water pump is on the bottom of the engine underneath the alternator
go to a mechanic lol
check you water (coolant) level, make sure thermostat is working, radiator leaks, sensor problem
To replace the water pump on your vehicle if you do it yourself would be about $65. To have a shop do it, it would cost $250 to $300.
Yes there is. www.turbododge.com or www.allpar.com would list how to replace
Do not believe there were any Dodge Spirits made until 1989! Dodge Spirits was made from 1989-1995, that's when they was replaced by the Plymouth Breeze and the Dodge Stratus.
The price varies depending on where you purchase the water pump but the average price for a 1995 Dodge Avenger is around $24.
Is there a spacer on the top of the water pump between the A/C and the pump
You need to replace the water pump. This happened to my car.