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Old 11-26-2006, 08:30 PM   #1
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Exclamation Water Pump ! 3.3 I6

OK GUYS HOW THE HELL DO I GET THIS WATER PUMP OFF, I HAVE EVERYTHING TORE OFF, THEN I GET A SPOT WHERE WHERE THERE IS A STUD AND A NUT I GET THE NUT OFF HOW DOES THE STUD COME OFF. TO ME IT LOOKS LIKE THE BRACET FOR THE AC,ALT HAVE TO COME OFF BUT IT IS THE WHOLE TIMEING COVER I DONT WANT TO TAKE THAT OFF TO GET THE WATER PUMP OFF

HELP HELP

1981 200 CI 3.3 INLINE 6 SUCKS !
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Old 12-02-2006, 09:28 PM   #2
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Re: Water Pump ! 3.3 I6

Normally the stud stays in as the pump will come off with the stud in place.
If you have to remove a stud use two nuts hold the top nut with a wrench and tighten the bottom nut against the top nut. When tight just use a wrench on the bottom nut and remove the stud. If the stud comes out they use a nut welded on and you remove it with a deep socket. The stud is for alignment purposes so leave it in place. Just feel with your fingers around the edge of the pump when ready tap it with a hammer and screwdriver and remove it.
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