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Old September 24th, 2011, 09:19 PM
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when you get the old pump off look on the inside you can see where the seal is when they go bad it leaks out that little hole
one thing that will ruin a seal is useing that radiator flush stuff or any thing else besides anti freeze & destilled water ( yes use destilled water)
I'de flush the system before you take the pump off, but be carefull with the garden hose pressure you dont want to ruin your heater core
Prestone sells a plastic flushing kit where you install a tee in the heater hose and attach garden hose; start the engine & turn the heater temp on HOT; water comes out the top of the radiator
I also open the drain valve & any block drain plugs you can find
go ahead & install a new t-stat now & check hoses & belts & replace (I'de do this anyway for good measure) while ya got it apart

when finished let all the water drain out, close drain & install plugs and add the proper amount of Antifreeze followed by destilled water and let the air work out and add more water

take off or move what ever is in the way of the bolts to get the old pump off
usually if ya get the fan & clutch off the pump should clear
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Last edited by JSoko; September 24th, 2011 at 09:24 PM.

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