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How do you replace the water pump on a 1996 Saturn se 1?

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2007-08-23 03:29:04
2007-08-23 03:29:04

To change the pump remove the passenger frt wheel and the front plastic cover. This gives you access. Next remove the belt with a 14 mm wrench on the tensioner, Remove the 3 bolts on the pulley through the wheel well and remove pulley, Remove the 4 10 mm bolts on the bottom of the pump. Next i always remove the washer fluid jug(1 10mm bolt) Install a long extension on the rachet and use a 10mm swivel socket to get the upper 2 bolts out remove the pump and clean the block surface Reverse procedure to install I am trying to replace my water pump and can't seem to find it's location. It's a 1997 Saturn 2L2 Sedan?

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