Basically, you are looking at the same steps as replacing a timing belt. You might find more by searching on "timing belt" as well.
1. remove the alternator and Power Steering belts. 2. remove the right side engine mounting block 3. remove the bracket for the power steering pump (it bolts into the mounting block bracket 4. remove the engine mounting bracket from the front of the plastic timing belt cover. Unfortunately, these bolts are long and are a pain in the --- as they hit the chassis. You have to do some creative wiggling to get them out. In the factory, the engine is not in the car yet when they put this in :( 5. remove the center bolt from the crankshaft pulley 6. remove the crankshaft pulley with a 3 prong pulley puller -- I had to get a longer pulley center bolt -- the puller assembly I have bottomed out with the stock bolt 7. remove the plastic timing belt cover - lots of screws, little hands are good for the tight clearances to the fender/chassis sub-frame 8. remove the timing belt -- mechanical tensioner in the middle. 9. now you can get to the water pump.
According to my Haynes Repair manual you do the following:
Disconnect the cable from the negativ battery terminal Drain the cooling system Remove the accessory drivebelts (power steering/ac) Remove the crankshaft damper/pulley, the timing belt covers and the timing belt Remove the water pump mounting bolts Seperate the pump from the water inlet pipe and remove the pipe Clean all the gasket and O-Ring surfaces on the pump and water pipe inlet tube. Install and NEW O-Ring on the water inlet pipe. Wet the O-Ring with water to facillitate assembly. Install a new gasket on the water pump and install the inlet opening over the water pipe. Press the water pipe into the pump housing. Install the water pump mounting bolts and tighten to specifications. The remainder of the installation is the reverse of the removal. Refill the cooling system Operate the engine to check for leaks.
(The timing belt removal is tricky...please find that info or suggest a mechanic.
i own a 1992 Dodge Avenger and when i turn the car off the key will not go past the acceseries position and come out do you have any sugjestions
First of all there is no such thing as a 1992 Dodge avenger, the years are from 95-2000 and then theres the 2008 series, anyways, to fix the problem you just need to replace your ignition, you can't fix that part, only replace
replace it. when they go bad you can't fix them.
Yes it can.Yes it can.
Ask a Loacl. HOW do you remove the dash board on a 1996 dodge avenger
Remove the inside door panel from your 1996 Dodge Avenger. Remove the door handle linkage. Remove the door handle retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new door handle.
i have a 96 dodge avenger 2.5 and it keeps blowing my ignition switch. any idea why?
Most of them did have the auto.
You can use the front bumper for a 1996 Chrysler Sebring on a 1996 Dodge Avenger.
The dashboard dude
Dodge does not use inertia or kill switches.
What ball bearing are you referring to?
There is one at each wheel.
The fluid is inside the transmission.
The starter relay switch is in the same location on both the 1996 and the 1997 Dodge Avenger. The starter relay switch can be found in the fuse box.
Drop the tank pull the sending unit and the pump is in the sending unit to swap u might have to replace the hole sending unit to be able to get the pump
I press my thumb firmly on the steering wheel...
The engine size is needed to answer your question.
on the driver side in front of the wheel/ behind the bumper
I have a 1995 Avenger and it use to shut off randomly when driving. I finally found out it was the wire harness and replace it. Since then, 3 years ago, it has not happened since. Hope this helps. Chris
no dodge change the body style in1997. 1995 and 1996 are the same body style.
yes but you also have to change headlight assemblies also. not worth doing. just find a 97+ bumper.