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07-17-02, 07:14 AM   #1  
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88 voyager water pump

my buddy asked me to look at his van last night, and see if I could figure out why the water wasnt circulating. hes got a 1988 voyager with a 3.0 litre v6, Im thinking water pump, but cant seem to find one. so my question is, where is the water pump on one of these things and why are they so hard to find? any help is greatly appreciated..

 
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07-17-02, 07:19 AM   #2  
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Take a look at the autolibrary.org link I have below. It should give you complete R&R instructions, etc.

 
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07-17-02, 07:25 AM   #3  
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thanks joe, Im used to working on my camaro, and this thing just stumped me

 
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07-17-02, 08:30 PM   #4  
It is not visible without removing the timing belt covers. The pump is driven by the timing belt, and it's a pain to change. (compared to most). If replacement is necessary, be sure to change the timing belt at the same time...even if it looks good.


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07-17-02, 10:52 PM   #5  
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Cheese nailed it. The WP is driven by the timing belt & is hidden behind the timing belt covers. It's a pain to change. Figure on spending the better part of a Saturday doing this job. My labor guide allows 3.3 hours, but I'm betting you'll need at least an hour to get the timing belt installed correctly.

 
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