How to Remove a Water Pump From a Jeep?

Answer The water pump is an essential mechanical part of your Jeep Cherokee. A water pump circulates a mixture of coolant and water through the engine block and back through the radiator to maintain a saf... Read More »

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How to Remove the Water Pump Fan on a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

The Jeep Grand Cherokee comes equipped with a Mopar high flow water pump to push more coolant through the engine and into radiator. If the water pump becomes damaged or inoperable, the motor can ov... Read More »

How do I Remove The Fan From an S10 4.3 Vortec Water Pump?

The fan mounted to the water pump on an S-10 pickup that's equipped with the 4.3-liter engine is part of the fan clutch. These two components are mounted to the water pump via a special mount and c... Read More »

How to Remove a Fan Clutch From a Water Pump?

Your vehicle's cooling fan is attached to its drive pulley with a clutch. Clutch fans work to reduce strain on the engine and save fuel. If the engine is hot, the clutch fan runs fast and if the en... Read More »

How to Remove the Water Pump From an '88 Civic?

The good news is that Honda's D-series motor does have a water pump -- but it's all kind of downhill from there. For reasons known only to the manufacturers, Honda chose to hide the D-series' water... Read More »