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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-25-02, 04:27 AM
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Anyone Replaced A Waterpump On A V8 ED?

Replacing waterpumps on XB's & XC's were easy but as for ED's where the hell do you start?
 
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-25-02, 04:59 AM
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They are fairly easy. Remove the fan shroud and fan, then remove the water pump to timing cover bolts. The one at the bottom is right against the balancer, so can be a little hard to remove. If you need a clear picture of the waterpump being installed, email me at gjasiunas@aol.com because I have some good pics while rebuilding my engine.
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If you need a clear picture of the waterpump being installed, email me at gjasiunas@aol.com because I have some good pics while rebuilding my engine.
I'll email you soon.... thanks.
 
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Yeah it's a mungrel, I did mine befoe I found out about the blocked radiator. Also now is a good time to put on thermo's IMO.

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