First off, don't do anything like this without buying a book.The two books available are the Haynes manual at any auto store, and the original GM manual available on eBay for about $10-$20.
The water pump is under the timing belt cover and driven by the timing belt.1.) Disconnect negative battery cable.2.) Position the engine at TDC compression for #1 cylinder.3.) Drain cooling system.4.) Remove upper and lower mount bolts from Power Steering pump, remove PS/AC belt, and move PS pump off to the side - DO NOT disconnect fluid lines from PS pump!5.) Loosen alternator bolts and remove alternator belt.6.) With a jack and a block of wood under the oil pan, raise the jack until it just barely lifts the weight of the engine.7.) Remove right engine mount (in front of timing belt cover).8.) Remove splash shields.9.) Remove crankshaft pulley center bolt and then crankshaft pulley. To keep engine from turning while you turn the pulley center bolt, you may have to remove flywheel cover and wedge a screwdriver into the ring gear teeth.10.) Remove timing belt cover.11.) Loosen the timing belt tensioner with a 16 point (I think) socket, and remove the timing belt. (The timing belt should be replaced with the water pump)
12.) Replace water pump. Do not overtorque the bolts. Use a good RTV sealant.
13.) When replacing timing belt, be SURE to check the alignment of the Cam to Crank. The crankshaft sprocket notch will align with the arrow on the enginge and the camshaft sprocket dowel will be in the 12 o'clock position with the camshaft sprocket mark aligned with the cylinder head at 9 o'clock.14.) Torque the timing belt tensioner with an Allen key and tighten the center bolt to spec.15.) Replace all parts removed in reverse order.16.) Fill coolant system / connect neg. batt. cable.17.) run motor and check for leaks/ proper operation.
Sounds tough, eh? I did it in the dead of a Chicago winter 5 years ago. Ha! (The Storm is still running by the way - on that same water pump!)
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See the related question: How do I replace the water pump on a 1993 Geo Prizm 1.8L?
If you are referring to the water inlet hose on the back of the water pump you can use this question as reference. How do i replace the water pump on a 1993 Geo Prizm 1.8L?
The water pump is located in the middle of the front of the engine. The water pump is fairly easy to reach and replace.
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water pump has some (2) pins into the block...it needs to be pryed stright off.
Ooh, this is a fun one. The water pump is driven by the timing belt, so you have to remove and replace that to change out the water pump. ~Pengauin
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Replace water pump and gasket
Yes there is. www.turbododge.com or www.allpar.com would list how to replace
buy a repair manual,because you have to take a few things off to replace the water pump including the timing belt,which should also be replaced.gmjim
www.autozone.com is a wealth of information with pictures, too.Click on the left side where it says Repair Info. Select 1993, Then Pontiac, Then Bonneville, then water pump. It helped us.
remove belt pump is accessable remove bolts make sure coolant is drained first replace
You may find some help by searching for this question.How do i replace the water pump on a 1993 Geo Prizm 1.8L?
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It's on the front of the motor, kinda towards the bottom of the block. You have to take the timing belt cover off to replace the water pump.
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To replace the water pump on a 1993 Ford Explorer, disconnect the battery and loosen the belt tension pulley. Remove the belt on the water pump. Disconnect the radiator hose from the pump and remove the bolts holding the pump. Remove the old pump and gasket. Clean the surface of the water pump mount with a gasket cleaner. Insert gasket sealer, new gasket, and pump. Reconnect radiator hose, belt, and tighten tension pulley. Reconnect the battery. Refill radiator with antifreeze.
the water pump is located under the timing belt cover. in order to replace it you need to remove the timing belt, i would recommend doing the timing belt while your in there too.
You have to drop the fuel tank, replace the pump then re-install.
Replacing the water pump is an extremely difficult task. I would recommend buying a new vehicle, and selling me the old one.