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1985-1992 Fleetwood, 1993 Sixty Special, All FWD Forum Discussion, 88 deville water pump removal in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I am hoping someone can help me! My water pump is leaking coolant bad. I am trying to remove it ...
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    bluesgirl is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    88 deville water pump removal

    I am hoping someone can help me!
    My water pump is leaking coolant bad. I am trying to remove it and need a little help.
    I need to know how the powersteering unit is pulled and the water pump.
    If anyone can give me instructions I would greatly appreciate it.
    Thanks
    Bluesgirl

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    Re: 88 deville water pump removal

    naw, there just a bunch of nuts and bolts all around the outside and two big torx bolts on eithe side of the shaft, if i remember right you have to pull the pulley to access em

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    Re: 88 deville water pump removal

    Drain the cooling system first then just loosen the bolts on the fly wheel w/ the belt on (much easier that way) then remove the belt and the fly wheel, then remove the perimeter bolts and the torx bolts, then carefully scrape the old gasket off the block use RTV sealant along w/ the new gasket and reverse the steps to install the new waterpump
    good luck
    jeff

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