how to replace a water pump on a 1991 acura legend
diagram of where the water pump is located on 1994 acura legend v6 diagram of where the water pump is located on 1994 acura legend v6
Drain the radiator. Remove the drive belt, and the crankshaft sprocket cover. Unbolt the pump, replace it, then re-install the cover and belt.
You can find the heater core behind the kick plate in your 1993 Acura Legend. Remove the water hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
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About $1,000 to replace the belt and water pump.
Blown head gasket or cracked head.
in front of engine must remove the timing belt covers
You do not have to but it is recommended to do so.
Explain what it is doing! is water coming out of the tail pipe? do you see white smoke coming out of the tail pipe?
the water pump is driven by the timing belt. highly recommended to replace the tensioner, tensioner and idler pullies, and cam seals.
A 50/50 mixture of water and coolant/antifreeze is highly recommended to avoid freezing and/or rusting within the radiator.
The average cost to replace a water pump is $320. There will be approximately 3 hours of labor and the water pump will cost approximately $100.
It's recommended to change the water pump at the time when you replace the timing belt.
Remove the water hose. Remove the front engine cover. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new water pump.
The water pump on a 1994 Acura Integra is replaced by removing the engine accessories, pulling the radiator hoses, and taking out the retaining bolts. The pump can then be pulled from the engine block, the surface cleaned, and a new pump put in case.
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If it is coolant, a leaky heater core. If it is water, a clogged ac drain or damaged door gasket.
No, but it is recommended. If the belt breaks, valves can get bent.
You don't have to replace it until it starts leaking coolant.
Replace the oil, spark plugs and timing belt. Inspect the water pump and valve clearance.
Same frequency as the timing belt, every 70-80K miles.
Other than an obvious external leak that you can easily see, you may have a blown head gasket.
Radiator may be plugged or restricted and need boiling out or replacing