No. But be careful not to move the timing belt out of it's position when replacing the water pump. Use strong office clips and pinchers for the lower sproket to keep it in place while replacing the pump.
Youtube some videos on tips on how to replace a timing belt just for reference on how to stabalize it.
Also, you may have a hell of a time removing the surpentine pully bolt. Youtube that too. Use a strong breaker bar while cranking the engine. Works like a charm.
Friday, May 29th, 2020 AT 10:43 AM