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It's rather involved. You'll have to remove the timing belt. Experienced Probe owners recommend replacing the water pump and the timing belt and timing belt tensioner at the same time, to save the hassle of doing the same work twice.

On the 2.0 DOHC engine, I changed my water pump without taking the timing belt off. It's easier with better tools, but can be done. The time belt front plastic cover needs to be taken off and the idler pulley for the timing belt need to be taken off so it's out of the way, and the airpump needs to be out out the way. Worked for me.

For 93 GT w/ 2.5 V6 Remove both side motor mounts on the fender wells and remove the bolt from the crossmember motor mount, jack up the engine, remove timing belt covers(to do this you must take off both your belts remove the tensioner at the side of the engine, and the water pump pulley;if you remove the pulley first it will eliminate the hassle of the belt tensioner at the bottom of the engine)locate the bolts remove;installation reverse(hint: use alittle gasket sealer to hold gasket in place, but do not over do you need very, very little)


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