Water Pump Location on a 2001 Toyota Tundra?

Answer 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 »

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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 »

The Fuel Pump Relay Location on a 2001 Toyota Tacoma?

Toyota released the Tacoma pickup midway through the 1995 model year, as the replacement for the Toyota pickup -- formerly known as the Hi-Lux. The 2001 Tacoma had three engines available: a 2.4-li... 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 »

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 »