Remove the fan shroud, four bolts on top, two on the sides. Remove the fan blade, four bolts. You do not need to remove the radiator to do this job but I found it goes much faster if you do. If you do, loosen the nuts on the transmission lines by using a flare nut wrench. I would not use a regular open end since if you screw up the nut, it can be a real pain. Remove the serpentine belt by sticking a 1/2" drive breaker bar into the 1/2" square slot on the tensioner. I suggest you look at how it is routed and maybe even take a digital picture so you see how to put it back on if you are not that familar with this. Then, remove the bolts attaching the water pump. You will know how many to remove by counting the holes on the replacement unit. Now, even after you have removed all the bolts you will notice it is still stuck on. Sometimes you can yank it with your hand, but I usually take a plastic mallet and give it a rap while I am hilding it. With a little luck, you ill be rewarded with a gush of green blood as the pump comes loose. Carefull clean the old gasket off the mounting surface on the block, I use a putty knife and sometimes a wood chisel to accomplish this. Then coat the mounting surface of the new water pump with Blue RTV. Let it dry for 15 minutes then carefully press the new gasket on. Then coat the gasket surface with Blue RTV and let dry for 15 minutes. The Blue RTV must skim before it is attached. Clean the threads on the bolts and then coat the threads of the bolts with Blue RTV as sometimes they go into the waterjacket and will leak if you don't. Then, pop that puppy on there and do everything you already did backwards. Fill the radiator with anti-freeze straight until it reaches almost to the top. Turn the heater on hottest and full fan and start the car with the radiator cap off. Watch until the thermostat opens, the add more anit-freeze. Once you have a good circulation and the level good, put on the cap and drive the car. Top off the coolant reserve tank with water unitl it is at the hot level.
Then, go cruising!
The thermostat on a 94 Chevy caprice classic is behind the water pump in the front center of the engine.
Drain the water from your 1983 Chevy Caprice Classic cooling system. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
One of the easiest to cahnge. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.,COM and it will help on the next repair.
One of the easiest but to do it right , get a manual on your car.
Yes the 1967 Caprice has a water pump.
The water lines on the 95 Chevy Caprice include the lines that lead from the window washer fluid to the windshield. There are also water lines that lead to the water pump on the Caprice.
Drain the radiator. Remove the top radiator hose. Remove the water inlet, and take the thermostat from underneath it. Install the new thermostat. Reinstall the inlet and hose. Fill the system with coolant.
Replace water pump for an 1986 Chevy Nova?
The big fan in the front of the Radiator is bolted to the water pump.
Under the water manifold attached the upper radiator hose.
Where is the Water Pump located and how do you replace it on a 1990 Chevy Corsica?
Drain the radiator. The thermostat is in a housing connected to the water pump. Remove the housing to replace the thermostat and gasket.