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  • karjunkie 10/31/08 5:39 am PST

    You can check out service manuals for free at your local library and photocopy the sections you need. One other free option is to go to www.autozone.com enter your car year make and model and see if they have a repair guide for this repair. They do have many free repair guides for most late model cars. If you need any special tools, most auto stores where you buy the replacement pump will lend them to you and offer good advice on removal. Usually a water pump is fairly easy to replace by unbolting the pulley, slipping the belt off and then unbolting the pump body. Make sure you replace the belt at the same time. Good luck!


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