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2006-03-13 03:35:34
2006-03-13 03:35:34

what kind of Nissan.. please email it's ttrung1979@Yahoo.comand i can tell you


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the water pump is in the middle of the timing cover the crank pulley and timing cover has to come off

this is an involved operation, i suggest you purchase haynes repair manual # 72030. you must remove all front engine components to get them off.

if the timing plate was taken off then just take off the timing cover and there will be notches on the timing gears so u can time it from there

im guessing that you are asking how do you change the timing belt cover? you have to take off the valve cover and then there are a few bolts holding on the cover.

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yes you do i had to take mine off when i replaced my water pump

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you have to take the passenger side front tire off. then take the timing cover off and it is next to the oil sprocket. to take it out and replace you have to take the timing belt off, and if you have a/c you will have to take that off as well. the cable runs between the timing housing and the a/c pump.

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you have to take the timing belt cover off and timing belt to get to the water pump

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Take off the screws that hold it on?

no,but you need to loosen it up or take it off to put it back on.

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I am working on that now also. It would be a easy job with the motor out as you have to take off the timing cover and remove the belt. Not an easy job in the car but it can be done. Have to remove motor mount to get to timing cover

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take off the timing belt cover and see if your timing belt is not shredded

you have to take off the timing chain cover and replace the seal in the timing chain cover as welll youll need the oil pan seal

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