Concorde Timing Belt and Water Pump

manual. Note: Chilton and Haynes do not cover all tasks … The Haynes Manual we were using suggested. replacing the water pump. Why? …

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Concorde Timing Belt; and Water Pump? 2000 Chrysler Concorde Timing Belt; and Water Pump? Presented by: Ben, Grant and Bob Glover 18 August 2007 What Clutter! What do you have to remove to get to the T-belt? Evaluate task at hand Read factory service manual or Chiltons/Haynes manual Note: Chilton and Haynes do not cover all tasks required, you must read between the lines Make sure you have all parts on hand to complete task without interruptions, and TOOLS Follow torque specifications Have adequate catch cans and dry sweep on hand Anti freeze must be drained Water Pump during a timing belt change? The Haynes Manua we were using suggested replacing the water pump. Why? The water pump is buried under the timing belt system, and since this is a 100,000 mile service requirement the recommendation may be a good one considering the amount of work required! I opted to replace the pump as it is a normal wear out item. Header panel and hood latch removal Core support panel and hood latch must go! Headlight removal Headlight must come out to remove radiator bolts and fittings Radiator removed Radiator drained, removed and now we can get to the front of the engine Radiator out of car Check radiator for leaks, seeps, cracks and corrosion trouble spots Ready for accessory and cover removal Now we can get to all the things that have to be removed! Oops, socket buggered up the threads! Required running a tap down the bore of the crank to clean it up Crank snout detail Old Water Pump and belt Old water pump still installed in the block, Note: Chrysler markings on the pump Marking TDC on crank Using the crank bolt to turn engine and locate TDC Cracks and fissures in old belt Belt was worn and deteriorated, may

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