Sure no problem, here you go.
Drain the cooling system.
Remove the mounting bolts for the pump.
Separate water pump from the inlet pipe that runs along the V of the engine and remove.
Clean all gasket and O-ring surfaces on pump and inlet pipe.
Install new O-ring on pipe (wet surface if necessary for assembly of pipe at ring).
Install new gasket on water pump and install pump inlet opening over water pipe, press assembly to cause water pipe insertion into pump housing.
Install pump to block mounting bolts and tighten to 20 foot-pounds.
Install timing belt, reassemble engine. Fill cooling system.
The proper procedure for installing the timing belt is important to get the timing correctly:
I assume that you have identified the location of the timing marks for the crankshaft and the two camshafts. The procedure then is:
1. Install timing belt on crankshaft sprocket first and while keeping belt tight on tension side install belt on front (radiator side) camshaft sprocket.
2. Then install on the water pump pulley and on the rear camshaft sprocket and finally on the timing belt tensioner.
3. Apply rotating force to the front camshaft sprocket in opposite direction to tension the belt tension side and check that all timing marks are lined up.
4. Install camshaft sprocket flange.
5. Loosen tensioner bolt and allow spring to tension timing belt.
6. Turn crankshaft two full turns smoothly, in clockwise direction only.
7. Again line up the timing marks on the sprockets and tighter the timing belt Tensioner locking bolt to 25 N-M (250 in-lbs).
8. Reassemble belt cover, engine bracket, insulator, crankshaft pulleys, accessories and drive belts in reverse order.
That is the direct quotation from the shop manual.
So those are the sources for doing the job. If you have not changed the timing belt in the past 60,000 miles it is prudent to do that at the time you do the water pump so as not to have to redo the job unnecessarily soon.
Let us know if you need anything else.
Wednesday, December 21st, 2016 AT 12:55 PM