I hate to say it, but this isn't the car to lean from. On most cars, the water pump is bolted on the exterior of the engine and is driven by the accessory belt (serp belt). Not a big deal to replace. In this case, you have little to no room because of the positioning of the engine, you have to take the front of the engine apart, you have to remove the timing belt. This pump is driven by the timing belt. It is a big job and not an easy one.
Do you still want to try? Let me know.
Friday, June 13th, 2014 AT 8:10 PM