How to Replace an Oil Pump in a Toyota Tundra?

Answer An oil pump is a necessary tool for the survival of the engine. It keeps the engine components in the Toyota Tundra lubricated. Without lubrication, an engine is destroyed. In most cases you don't ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Water Pump in a Toyota Tundra?

The water pump is a vital part of the Toyota Tundra's engine. In fact, it is the heart of the cooling system, circulating the coolant. A faulty water pump can cause some serious damage to the engin... Read More »

How to Install a Water Pump in a Toyota Tundra?

Toyota's heavy duty trucks need special attention when they begin to leak coolant or overheat. This guide focuses on installing a water pump on the most basic Toyota Tundra engine, the 2GR-FE. The ... Read More »

Where is the water pump on a 2001 toyota tundra located?

Whether you have the 3.4L, 4.0L or 4.7L engine, the water pump is always the first pulley located above the crankshaft (bottom-most) pulley. On 3.4L engines, you'll have to remove the air condition... Read More »

Water Pump Location on a 2001 Toyota Tundra?

The water pump in your Tundra acts as a mini circulating fan for your truck's cooling system. As its fan shaped blades spin, they force the movement of coolant throughout the system. If the water p... Read More »