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The bolts on the water pump pully fell out after putting in new water pump. need the size fo replacement bolts.. auto parts store can't order them without size


You can go to Sears Hardware,Home Depot,Lowes,
Lumber Yard,any place with grade 5 or grade 8 bolts

If they happen to be Metric,they have them also

Surely you have some similar thread bolts, you could try,
and when you get the thread size,you can figure out how
long you need them

Any Auto Parts Store, can take a water pump of the shelf
& try all the bolts they have,there

They just got rid of you. You have to learn the in's & out's
of the auto repair business & how to talk to them

Jun 08, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Whaere is the water pump located


The water pump is on the top right hand side of the engine if you standing on the passenger side looking at the front of the engine. Keep in mind that the water pump only goes back on one way, so make sure that you have it clocked right or the bolts wont line back up. Remove the water pump pully first before you take the belt off. This makes it easier to break the pully bolts loose and then remove the water pump bolts. Then after, put the pully back on and then the belt and then tighten the pully bolts, the belt will help hod the pully for you.


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Aug 08, 2011 | 2003 Buick Rendezvous

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The pully on the powersteering pump has moved out a little enough to where the belt is not lineing up how can i push it back in without takeing the pump off the car,and if i can out a bolt in the center...


You could try tapping it back into place with the side of a hammer or something similar. If you are going to attempt to put a bolt in there, it's probably 3/8 s or so, maybe even metric, and you'll likely need a big washer to hold it in. I think i would go to an auto wrecker or parts store so i could get a good look at one before I fooled aroung with that. At least you could get the right size and length.

Jan 30, 2011 | 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT

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Need to know how to adjust serpentine belt, please show diagram. 6 cyl engine.


Really don't need a diagram. Loosen the slide bolts on the power steering pump. loosen or tighten the pump by turning the jack screw (long transverse bolt) under the pump. Once the belt is tightened up, lock down the slide bolts and you are finished.

Jun 17, 2010 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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View of mark for timing belt.


hi from uk the cambelt/timing belt comes as a kit ie timing belt and tensioner cost £50 here in uk ? it is not too difficult diy job approx 2hours the engine must 1st be set to TDC number 1 firing then at this setting the cam cog mark is a hole drilling in the web of cog and should line up at 12 oclock upwards and using a mirror look thro drill hole and you will see a vertical notch/groove behind on font engineface this is correct mark the crank cog mark lines up with aother mark on engine front face at approx 12 30 pm oclock ? if now set you slacken tensioner bolts and push t/pully away to left from belt ? then remove belt next remove complete tensioner assy after undoing bolts then fit new tensioner push t/pully to left from belt run and lock bolt/s recheck t/marks then fit new belt from c/shaft in anticlockwise rotation when fitted release tensioner bolt and allow to tension belt push t/pully onto belt and lock up tensioner bolts20=27 Nm rotate engine manually for four turns then recheck marks ? should still aligne then re assemble torque crank bolt to =140-150 Nm A LITTLE HINT ? b4 you remove the water pump belt ? slacken thefour 10 mm headed bolts (spanner size) that secure w/pump pully to pump it will be easier to halt rotation of pully if you holt belt tight by hand this pully has to come off to remove c/belt covers same for power steer belt which is also driven from the w/pump pully the power steer pump slide adjuster has a 12 mm bolt you slacken and best done with open end spanner ? after slackening the pump mounting bolts/nuts underneath pump hope you can follow this info/tips wish you good luck from uk

Apr 09, 2010 | 2000 Hyundai Accent

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Tentioner pully bolt came out if that is what it is called. Do you know the size and thread of the bolt?


You should be able to get the information you need, and the bolt too, from your local dealer.

Dec 17, 2009 | 1992 Pontiac Sunbird

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Having trouble getting water pump out of 94 lantra 1.8 lt


1. Remove the alternator & power steering pump drive belts.
2. Remove four (4) 10mm bolts holding the water pump pullys & remove the pullys.
3. Drain the Radiator (save coolant if intend to reuse).
4. Loosen & remove AC compressor belt.
5. Remove crankshaft pully (22mm bolt).
6. Remove lower timing belt cover (10 mm bolts) to access water pump bolts.
7. Remove the water pump (12mm bolts)
(1) Remove the 2 bolts, then remove the alternator brace (A). (2) Remove the water pump (B) and gasket.
dbb00ee.jpg ef0cc15.jpg 8. Clean mating surface on engine & install new gasket & pump - reassemble. Refill w/50-50 coolant.

Mar 21, 2009 | 2004 Hyundai Elantra

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89 S15 4.3L Need instructions to remove and install pwr steering


i know what bolt your talking about,you canreach it thru the wheel well with an extention!!!
but if your just removing the pump,some of the pullys have three holes in them too get too the pump bolts if not then you need a power steering pump pully remover auto zone loans them out!!!!

Feb 28, 2009 | 1989 GMC S-15 Jimmy

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1990 cadillac deville need help water pump removal???


Water pump is located on the side with all the belts. Find the water pump pully and LOOSEN the bolts that keep the pully on the shaft of the water pump. Once they are LOOSEN remove the belt. Then you can remove the pully bolts the rest of the way. Pully MIGHT be stuck on there, a couple of taps should loosen it enough to where you can pop it off by hand. Now if I recall this vechile correctly, there MIGHT be another pully that will hinder you. It's just easier to take it off right away. It's right above the water pump. I BELIVE it's an idler pully. Dosn't do anything but to help keep the belt on it's correct path. There should be one bolt in the middle of this pully, undo the bolt and pully will pop off. Make sure you REMEMBER how it was on. So that you put it back on the right way. Then, there are 2 or 3 different sized bolts that keep the water pump on. Remove the bolts, one at a time, and make sure you REMEMBER where they went. If you remember now, it will save time guessing later. Ok, once you are sure that ALL the bolts are removed, you can try to pop off the pump. If it dosn't come by hand, use a screw driver to pry a corner up and then do the rest by hand. Once it's off, it's time to clean the motor side of the pump. See, on these cars it's not a complete pump like it use to be, it's a half pump. Meaning, when you look at one side you can see the fins that move the water. Anyways, when you are at the parts store, pick up some emery cloth. It's sort of like sand paper. Well, once the pump is off, use a razor blade and scrape off the silcone that's on the block. Then use the emery cloth to make is nice and clean getting all of it off. Once that's complete, put the new gasket on the pump and reinstall. Put all the bolts in BEFORE tighting them down. And when you do tighten them, do it by hand! Using an air tool will break the bolt or strip the threads in the alunimium block and then it has to go to a mechanic. Once all the bolts are tight fill up the reservor to check for leaks. Also go back over the bolts one more time and make sure all are tight. Doing this now, will save you headace later. Then put the rest of the things back on in the order you took them off. That's it exepct for bleeding the cooling system. I assume you know how to do this, if not, let me know.

Oct 19, 2008 | 1991 Cadillac DeVille

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I have a 1999 ford f150 need to to remove the lower idler pully what kind of bolt is that looks like some kind of star headed bolt what is the size?


that would be a torx bolt,size go E6,E8,E10,E12 and so on,find correct one,dont know exactly what size it in

Aug 12, 2008 | 2000 Ford Focus

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