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Old 06-11-2007, 05:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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leak from water pump gasket ,water pump

so i noticed a leak comeing from the seal on top of the water pump near the top and it is leaking a good bit , i think it is the gasket . my dad we should go ahead and replace the water pump and thermostat cause , it will take a day or 2 to fix it , u guys ever had to replace the water pump and or gasket and how long it will take ? any thing i shiuld think about.
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Old 06-11-2007, 05:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Water pump and t-stat should only take a few hours to do. However, that can go out the door rather quickly.

What motor?

I'd take your dad's advise and do the pump.
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Old 06-11-2007, 05:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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One day, yes replace all if you can. It is a good time to check for your timing belt while you're in there, need to remove it to pull and install the water pump. If you are replacing the timing belt you giong to have alot more work done.

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The water pump is on the middle were the belt run through it.
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Old 06-11-2007, 07:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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i was thinking just let some of the nuckle head do it at midas cause it will be a pain in the ass , that picture is from the 4 cly right , on my v-6 its a bitch to get too, my dad thinks alll i need is a gasket , and he said since we down there rpalce the water pump , gasket , thermostat, and maybe the timeing belt.
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i was thinking just let some of the nuckle head do it at midas cause it will be a pain in the ass , that picture is from the 4 cly right , on my v-6 its a bitch to get too, my dad thinks alll i need is a gasket , and he said since we down there rpalce the water pump , gasket , thermostat, and maybe the timeing belt.
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Holy Cow! Don't let Midas touch it!
That pic is the V-6, after all the outer stuff has been removed and yes, it is a PITA to get to. I'd suggest replacing it all while you're in there, to include the timing belt.
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midas lol the only reason i say them is cause i no the boss and he is my good bud on my old paintball team , but i think i may do it and save some money, i need my truck to run cause i wanna ride down the bullyvard here in myrtle beach, sc lol cuase it summer and i need it to stop freaking leaking.

its leaking from the gasket seal, almost 100% that the problem that little 3 doller gasket.

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water pump R and R write up

Does anyone have a step by step water pump R and R for a so-so DIY'r? Mine is leaking and I have torn every thing down but have not pulled the timing belt yet. It looks pretty simple except for putting the timing belt back on correctly. A write up with pics sure would help.
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this might help

http://www.4x4wire.com/toyota/maintenance/timing_belt/

its the 3.4l (5vze) but probably very similar to 3.0 (3vze)?
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Does anyone have a step by step water pump R and R for a so-so DIY'r? Mine is leaking and I have torn every thing down but have not pulled the timing belt yet. It looks pretty simple except for putting the timing belt back on correctly. A write up with pics sure would help.
Its called FSM or Factory Service Manual

I think there's a sticky at the top of the page with links
or go to a public library that has ALLDATA access?

OR shell out the $100 for the manual - its worth every penny and you'll make it back in savings in not time.
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When I did mine, I replaced the radiator, belts, tstat, pump & gasket all at the same time. Just watch those little 10mm studs on the pump. They're easy to break off. *sigh*
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