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Old 09-07-2015, 01:53 AM   #1
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1995 3.8l waterpump

Hey Guys & Gals, so trying to change a waterpump on a 1995 3.8l. Cant get the powersteering pulley off(Tried the puller). heard you can take off the complete alt./powersteering bracket instead, to gain access to the waterpump? Any idea how many bolts there are? and where abouts? thanx in advance.
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Open the link below and follow the instructions.I believe one of the alternator bolts runs into the block and if you try to remove it,the ps pump pulley will be in the way and it doesnt leave enough room to get the bolt out far enough to remove the whole bracket assembly.However if you can extract every bolt that attaches the bracket assembly to the block,extract the alternator bolt I am referring to(if the ps pump pulley is not in the way)and remove the two nuts on the left side of that black brace(the one that goes from the water pump to the power steering pump)you should be able to remove the whole bracket assembly.
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Thanx, I did it a couple days ago, without taking the power steering pump pulley off. If there's a will there's a way! Lol
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Its good to know it can be done without pulley removal.I can store the info in my memory bank to help the next person.Good job
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