[DML] Re: water pump
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[DML] Re: water pump

Thanks for the review of this job Andy.  I've wanted to tackle mine for 
a while, but I'm deathly afraid of the twisting off mounting studs, as 
I've been through that hell before with the exhaust manifolds.  Maybe 
it isn't as big a threat as I though?
Steven Clark

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "andy" <andydandy777@...> wrote:
> I put a new water pump on 3513 this weekend. I read the instruction 
> posted on the dml and followed most of them. However the information 
> about removing fuel lines, and other stuff was not needed. The job 
> about 7 hours for me since I do not claim to be a mechanic. I am sure 
> good man could do this in about half the time. But the bottom line is 
> this if anyone out there needs to put on a new pump and you do not 
> a clue how to do it. Just get out your tools and go at it, heck if me 
> and the wife could do it anyone can. It was not hard just when you do 
> not know what you are doing you just go slow. Job came out great, no 
> leaks and heck the car still runs and for some reason the air 
> conditioner works better than ever.
> Andy Blackmon 03513


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