1995 Chevy Lumina Water Pump

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Introduction: 1995 Chevy Lumina Water Pump

How to properly remove and replace a water pump on a 1995 chevy lumina.
Tools Requiered
10mm socket
8mm socket
1/4" racket
torque wrench

Step 1:

This is a product of students attending the Calhoun Area Carrer Center. The students include Nate West, Maxwell Tobey, Xandon Taylor and Brandon McElhenie.

Step 2: Take Off Plastic Cover

Step 3: Loosen Bolts on Pulley

Step 4: Release Tension on Belt and Remove.

Step 5: Remove Bolts on Pulley

Step 6: Remove Pulley

Step 7: Take Off Water Pump Bolts

Step 8: Remove Water Pump

Step 9: Make Sure Gasket Is in Good Condition (if Not Replace)

Step 10: If Needed Add Some R.T.V.

Step 11: Replace Water Pump and Gasket Torque to 20 Ft. Pounds

Step 12: Put Pulley Back On

Step 13: Torque Bolts to 20 Ft. Pounds

Step 14: Put on Serpentine Belt (make Sure It Is on Correctly)

Step 15: Put Plastic Cover Back on and Tighten to 15 Ft. Pounds

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    4 Discussions

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    williemurdock79
    williemurdock79

    Question 1 year ago on Step 8

    The water pump seems like it stuck,what can i do now

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    williemurdock79
    williemurdock79

    Tip 1 year ago on Step 15

    I can't get the waterpump to come off it seems like it stuck to the engin block,what can i do to get it off?.

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    waldosan
    waldosan

    8 years ago on Step 6

    i'm currently in the middle of taking apart my water pump, your instructable isn't exactly descriptive but it is literally the first thing on google on how to do this. how did you get the pulley off the water pump, did you need to pry it off or something like that? my car is old and it seems like the pulley is seized to the pump so any advice would be great.

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    Lftndbt
    Lftndbt

    12 years ago on Step 8

    LoL. Spent 2 hours last night changing the water pump on my Holden... Fun times...