No special tools needed. It will take some time. You will have to take the Alternator and A/C units off the bracket. You will not have to disconect them, just un-bolt and place to the side. Next unbolt the bracket fromt he engine block. Don't forget the bolt in the center of the bracket. It's kind of hidden but findable. Once the bracket is off the bypass hose will be exposed and easy to replace.
They run about $10.00 at a parts store. Take note how the hose comes off because there is a bend to it and it has only one way to go onto the water pump/engine block.
Sunday, October 12th, 2008 AT 5:32 PM