1994 F-150 Water Pump Replacement


sdale11
03-24-2008, 09:53 PM
i need help what do i need to do to replace the pump and gasket

i have researched and have found that its bettet to go ahead and get the pump its only 29.99 the gasket is 1.99 so if i have to take it off i should just put a new one on

how do i do this thanks

rhandwor
03-25-2008, 08:42 PM
Drain the radiator and remove the hoses. Pull it out of the truck. Remove the belts and any mount brackets or mounts in the way. Then remove the pump.
Figure all day on a 302 with AC. I would suggest a Haynes manual you can look at while you are doing the job. Don't disconnect any AC lines just set them aside and tie them in place. You will need basic hand tools. A 3/8 inch metric socket set and ratchet. Combination wrenchs, a prybar, ball peen hammer,extensions possibly a small set of inverted torx sockets. You have to pull the fan and shroud also.

sdale11
03-25-2008, 08:51 PM
ok i have it all apart but i cant get to were the leak is i have pics of cant figure out how to put them on here its leaking right behind the pump

rhandwor
03-25-2008, 09:06 PM
You have to remove the water pump its bolted on and I think this one has a bypass hose which connects behind the pump. When you remove the pump look for a short piece of hose.

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03-25-2008, 09:17 PM
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