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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4626054AD
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    1998-2001 Jeep Wrangler Engine Cooling Water Pump

    Part Number: 4626054AD

    Other Name: Pump Package WaterReplaced by: 68382489AA

    Your Price: $174.41

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    • 1998-2001 Jeep Wrangler | SE | 4 Cyl 2.5L, 6 Cyl 4.0L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4666044AA
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    2007-2010 Jeep Wrangler Engine Cooling Water Pump

    Part Number: 4666044AA

    Other Name: Pump-WaterReplaced by: 4666044BB

    Your Price: $77.14

    Retail Price: $116.00

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    • 2007-2010 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, Unlimited Rubicon, Unlimited Sahara 2WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 2WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD, Unlimited X 2WD, Unlimited X 4WD, Unlimited X RHD 4WD, X, X RHD | 6 Cyl 3.8L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 5012366AC
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    2003-2004 Jeep Wrangler Engine Cooling Water Pump

    Part Number: 5012366AC

    Other Name: Pump Package WaterReplaced by: 68382492AA

    Your Price: $146.46

    Retail Price: $219.00

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    • 2003-2004 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, Unlimited, X | 6 Cyl 4.0L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4893942AB
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    2019 Jeep Wrangler Pump-Water

    Part Number: 4893942AB

    Your Price: $130.81

    Retail Price: $196.00

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    • 2019 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon 4WD, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 68282197AB
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    2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler Auxiliary Coolant Pump

    Part Number: 68282197AB

    Other Name: Pump-Auxiliary Coolant; Auxiliary Pump, Water PumpReplaces: 68282197AA

    Your Price: $209.07

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    • 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon 4WD, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 4 Cyl 2.0L, 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 5012366AD
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    2005-2006 Jeep Wrangler Engine Water Pump

    Part Number: 5012366AD

    Other Name: Pump Package WaterReplaced by: 68382492AA

    Your Price: $146.46

    Retail Price: $219.00

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    • 2005-2006 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon, SE, Sport, Unlimited, Unlimited Rubicon, X | 6 Cyl 4.0L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 68079412AC
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    2014-2016 Jeep Wrangler Engine Water Pump Front

    Part Number: 68079412AC

    Other Name: Pump-WaterPosition: FrontReplaced by: 68079412AE

    Your Price: $140.87

    Retail Price: $211.00

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    • 2014-2016 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon, Rubicon 4WD, Sahara, Sahara 4WD, Sport, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4694307AC
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 68079412AB
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    2012-2013 Jeep Wrangler Water Pump

    Part Number: 68079412AB

    Other Name: Pump-WaterReplaced by: 68079412AE

    Your Price: $140.87

    Retail Price: $211.00

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    • 2012-2013 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, Unlimited Rubicon, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 68079412AD
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    2016-2018 Jeep Wrangler Pump Water

    Part Number: 68079412AD

    Other Name: Pump-WaterReplaced by: 68079412AE

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    • 2016-2018 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon 4WD, Sahara 4WD, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4694307AE
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    2006 Jeep Wrangler Engine Cooling Water Pump

    Part Number: 4694307AE

    Other Name: Pump-WaterReplaced by: 4694307AF

    Your Price: $64.23

    Retail Price: $95.80

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    • 2006 Jeep Wrangler | SE | 4 Cyl 2.4L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4626054AE
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    2002 Jeep Wrangler Engine Cooling Water Pump

    Part Number: 4626054AE

    Other Name: Pump Package WaterReplaced by: 68382489AA

    Your Price: $174.41

    Retail Price: $260.00

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    • 2002 Jeep Wrangler | SE | 4 Cyl 2.5L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 5012366AB
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    2002 Jeep Wrangler Engine Cooling Water Pump

    Part Number: 5012366AB

    Other Name: Pump Package WaterReplaced by: 68382492AA

    Your Price: $146.46

    Retail Price: $219.00

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    • 2002 Jeep Wrangler | Sahara, Sport, X | 6 Cyl 4.0L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - RL079412AB
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    2012-2013 Jeep Wrangler Water Pump

    Part Number: RL079412AB

    Other Name: Pump-WaterReplaced by: 68079412AE

    Your Price: $140.87

    Retail Price: $211.00

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    • 2012-2013 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, Unlimited Rubicon, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 68400753AD
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    2021 Jeep Wrangler Auxiliary COOLANT

    Part Number: 68400753AD

    Replaces: 68400753AC, 68400753AA, 68400753AB

    Your Price: $149.81

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    • 2021 Jeep Wrangler | Unlimited 4XE 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4XE 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4XE 4WD | 4 Cyl 2.0L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4666044BA
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    2011 Jeep Wrangler Engine Cooling Water Pump

    Part Number: 4666044BA

    Other Name: Pump-WaterReplaced by: 4666044BB

    Your Price: $77.14

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    • 2011 Jeep Wrangler | 70th Anniversary, Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, Unlimited Rubicon, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.8L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 68335906AB
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    2019-2021 Jeep Wrangler Auxiliary COOLANT

    Part Number: 68335906AB

    Your Price: $95.81

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    • 2019-2021 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon 4WD, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4893941AB
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    2018-2019 Jeep Wrangler Pump-Water

    Part Number: 4893941AB

    Replaced by: 4893941AC

    Your Price: $134.16

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    • 2018-2019 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon 4WD, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 4893941AC
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    2018-2021 Jeep Wrangler Pump-Water

    Part Number: 4893941AC

    Other Name: Water PumpReplaces: 4893941AB

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    • 2018-2021 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon 4WD, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD | 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Jeep Wrangler Water Pump - 68286387AA
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    2020-2021 Jeep Wrangler Water Pump

    Part Number: 68286387AA

    Other Name: Pump-Water

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    • 2020-2021 Jeep Wrangler | Rubicon 4WD, Sport 4WD, Unlimited Rubicon 4WD, Unlimited Sahara 4WD, Unlimited Sport 4WD
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(Main Photo) The large photo above is looking up at the engine from the front of the Jeep. Coolant can be seen dripping from the front edge of the oil pan just behind the crankshaft pulley.
Weep hole - when your water pump goes bad, coolant will seep out of this hole.

This is what the water pump looks like as if it were mounted on the engine. If you've ever seen a 97-99 water pump, you'll know that it doesn't look like this.

Pic of the Serpentine Belt/Pulley System on a 4.0L - 2000+ TJ. Notice the Automatic Tensioning Pulley.

This is what a Fan Wrench looks like. You can pick one up from most any autoparts store for about $5.

Place your Fan Wrench on the fan nut and give it a slight tap or two, counter-click wise with a hammer.
Replacing Your Waterpump
(2000+ Jeep TJ with 4.0L Engine)

What a total PITA!! At least that is if you're like me, an owner of a 2000+ TJ, with a bad water pump and out of warranty. Apparently, What should have only cost about $34 wound up costing me a little over $120 and all because DC decided to change the design of the water pump and layout of the serpentine belt in 2000+ model TJ's with 4.0L engines. Unfortunately, all the local autopart stores still indicate in their computers that the previous pump (1997-99) is what should be used in a 2000, but I can tell you first hand that it doesn't! I tried getting a pump for an 01 or newer but wouldn't you know it, they don't stock 01's or newer yet! Needless to say, I needed this part ASAP and therefore went to the dealer, who did in fact have the correct pump and allowed myself to get screwed to the tune of $120+ tax. Anyway, I hope by the time you need to do this job, the part is available (with a lifetime warranty like it should have) at your local parts store and that this write-up will be of use to you.

What You Will Need
• New Water pump - Mopar $120
(if aftermarket available - $34)
• Standard Tool Set
• Fan Wrench
• Strap Wrench
• Hose Clamp Tool or Large Channel-Locks
• Bucket
• Anti-Freeze
• Distilled Water
• Teflon Tape
• Permatex Gasket Remover

Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Drain the cooling system into a bucket by opening the valve located on bottom of the radiator.

3. Disconnect the overflow hose from the radiator and then remove the reservoir bottle.

4. Disconnect the upper and lower hoses from the radiator using a hose clamp tool or large channel-locks and disconnect the heater hose.

5. Unbolt the fan shroud from the radiator

6. Place your fan wrench on the fan nut and give it a slight tap or two, counter-click wise with a hammer. This should be enough to loosen the nut so that it can be screwed off by hand. Be careful as you approach the end and slowly pull both the fan and shroud off together. Be mindful of the radiator as you do not want to damage it by accidentally bumping into it with anything. Also, unless you are planning to replace the fan clutch at this time, be sure to set the fan in an upright position and NOT lying down. Lying the fan clutch down horizontally will cause the silicon fluid to drain into the bearing assembly and contaminate the lubricant.

7. Remove the serpentine belt by pushing down on the automatic tensioning pulley and then sliding it off. To do this, simply take a 1/2 drive ratchet (no socket attached), stick it in the square hole, and use the ratchet as your lever to apply pressure to loosen the tension on the belt. If you do not have the original diagram on the radiator showing the routing of your belt, be sure to draw a diagram of it first.

8. Using a strap wrench to hold the water pump pulley wheel in place, remove the four bolts holding it on and then un-bolt the water pump from the engine block.

9. Stuff a clean rag into the hole in the engine to prevent any debris from getting in and then carefully proceed to scrape off all the gasket material from the engine block. If you spray it with some gasket remover ahead of time, it will make the job a lot easier. Take you time at this as you won't want to have to re-do it.

10. Disconnect the heater hose fitting from the top of the old pump as well as the bottom radiator hose. Clean the threads and apply some teflon tape to the heater hose fitting and then install it on the new pump. Be sure to take note which direction it needs to be facing.

11. If you are replacing your radiator hoses, do it at this time or if they are still in good shape, re-install the bottom radiator hose onto the new water pump

12. The new water pump should come with it's own gasket that has a silicon bead. DO NOT use any RTV but be sure to have the silicon bead facing the pump when installing the pump and then evenly torque the bolts on at 200 in. lbs. (17 ft. lbs.) Rotate the shaft by hand to make sure it turns freely.

13. Re-install the pulley wheel onto the waterpump using a strap wrench again to hold it in place and then re-install the heater hose.

14. Re-install your serpentine belt (I decided to install a new serpentine belt at this time) being careful to route it exactly the way it was on before leaving the automatic tensioning pulley last. Using a large flat-head screw driver placed in a groove on the pulley arm, I depressed it until I could slide on the belt.

15. Carefully re-install your fan and shroud.

16. Re-connect the upper and lower radiator hoses as well as the overflow bottle.

17. Refill your cooling system, re-connect your negative battery cable, start your engine and then check for leaks.

I think I've covered all the bases but if you have any questions, please e-mail me. If you don't already have one, an FSM (factory service manual) of you're exact make and year is something every Jeep owner should have.





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This thread should guide you through replacing the water pump and thermostat (optional) on your Jeep Wrangler TJ.

Before reading this thread, please take a look at this thread as well, since it's very informative:
Jeep Wrangler TJ Cooling System Overhaul FAQ

Hardware Needed:
You can also find the part numbers listed below each item (broken down by year and engine), as well as a link to purchase them on Amazon and support this forum in the process.

Note that the majority of the parts I am linking to below are OE Mopar parts. I can't stress enough that you use OE Mopar parts (especially in regards to the water pump) when it comes to replacing anything in your cooling system. There have been so many documented issues with water pumps and other cooling system replacement parts purchased from AutoZone, O'Reiley's, and other local auto part stores. The replacement parts they sell you are sub-par, cheap Chinese crap. Save yourself the hassle of having to do the job twice and stick with OE Mopar parts (which I've linked to below). They may cost more, but believe me when I say, it's worth it, especially in regards to something as important as your cooling system.
Tools Needed:(I used all metric here, no guarantee some of these aren't standard)
  • Factory Service Manual (FSM) used for torque settings
  • 1/2" Breaker Bar
  • Inch lbs. Torque Wrench
  • Middle Range Torque Wrench
  • 11mm socket
  • 13mm socket
  • 14mm socket
  • Gasket Scraper
  • Wire Brush
  • Channel Locks
  • Large Crescent
  • Optional: Stant Pressure Tester

Procedure
I'm not going to bother typing it out. In this say and age, we have something marvelous called YouTube (and videos in general). That being said, check out this step-by-step video on how to replace the water pump in your Jeep Wrangler TJ:

 

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2000 Jeep TJ Water Pump

TJ Water Pump Replacement

I’ve never been one to appreciate wrenching in cramped places.  For that reason alone, Lady has a 6″ lift and sits on 35″ tires.  That way, I can crawl underneath her and wrench without feeling all scrunched up!  (grin)

So, when Scott decided he was going to replace his ’99 TJ water pump with one of the high flow styles, I offered to help him since I needed some more content to add to the site AND I had not done a water pump before either.  (note that the water pump for 2000 and newer is different then the first 3 years)

Now, it is my opinion that having the radiator and fan shroud fully removed from the TJ made the water pump a very easy task.  Scott decided to replace his water pump with a high flow design to help increase his cooling efficiency and he had to pull his radiator to put a pusher fan on it.  If you were replacing the water pump because it had worn out, you probably wouldn’t mind pulling the radiator and shroud.  Given the price of coolant, there is no reason NOT to put fresh coolant in, so you might was well drain things down, do a little maintenance while you got everything apart, check the hoses, pop in a new thermostat, and put it all back together so it is as good as new.

To review the steps involved in pulling the radiator and fan shroud, click here.  Follow the steps through the first two pages until you have the fan shroud and the radiator removed.

Note:  8/14/2004 – I replaced my water pump today as it had started leaking out the weep hole.  As I had replaced the radiator about 18 months ago, I opted to leave it in place.  I did find that one’s elbow room was very restricted compared to when I helped Scott change his pump.  The fan shroud was removed (just 4 bolts) after the fan and upper radiator hose was removed and it made the task much easier.  (I should know because I did it this the 2nd time….the 1st time I didn’t and the result was a poorly cleaned gasket surface on the engine block that resulted in a slow leak.)
 

The next step is to remove the fan.  (Do this BEFORE you loosen the belt so the pulley does not rotate freely while attempting to remove the nuts.)  There are four studs with nuts on them that must be removed.  These four nuts hold the fan in place.  In the above photo, we placed cardboard over the condenser coil so we would not accidentally ding it with a wrench or the worse yet, one of the fan blades while we pulled it out.  When you have removed the four nuts, carefully remove the fan assembly.
 

It is now time to remove the belt.  Loosen the bolt in the middle of the belt tensioner (a couple of turns).  Turn the tension adjustment until there is enough slack in the belt to slip it off of the tensioner.  Note how the belt is routed around the various pulleys.  If memory serves me, there is a routing diagram on the radiator.  However, if you have replaced it, as I have, the diagram is long gone!  It is the pits when you get your water pump running backwards because your belt is on wrong.

The small red rectangle near the center of the photo highlights the adjustment bolt for the tensioner.  The tensioner runs along the length of this bolt.  I removed the 3 bolts that held the power steering bracket to the engine block/water pump.  I loosened, but did not remove, the remain three bolts that attach the actual power steering pump to its mounting bracket. 
 

With the belt removed, slip the large pulley off of the studs where the fan was mounted. 

OK….the shroud, fan, belt, and pulley from the water pump is now out of the way.  Time to go get something cold to drink.  When you come back, flip over to the next page and we’ll continue on.  Take you time because I am going to get something to drink too.

TJ Water Pump Replacement

Scott had a high flow thermostat housing that we wanted to install at the same time.  Just two bolts hold the thermostat housing onto the block.  Be sure you pick up a fresh gasket at the auto parts store.  You’ll more than likely need to scrape the gasket from the block as part of it will end up sticking there.  While you are at it, you might as well pop in a new thermostat as well.  Cheap enough and well worth the effort to do while you have it all apart.  A stuck thermostat is such an annoyance, especially on the trail.

Here is a side by side shot of the old and new thermostat housings.  The new housing is available from Turbo City.  You can see how much larger the bore is on the new housing.  It is more than twice as large as the factory thermostat housing.  Coolant flow through here will not be nearly restricted as with the factory housing.

I removed this idler pulley also in order to have easy access to the water pump.  As I write this, I don’t remember if I had to pull it or not, but I knew it was going to make cleaning up the gasket surface around the water pump a lot easier, so off it came.  It is held in with a single bolt.

Remove the four bolts that attach the water pump to the block. Just a reminder….there are also two that attach the power steering pump bracket to the water pump/engine block and one underneath the power steering pump that attaches it directly to the block.  Be sure to remove these as well.  We also had to loosen the three bolts that held the power steering pump to the bracket (we did not remove them).  Once these were loose, the water pump could be moved enough to slip it out from behind the power steering bracket.

 

Remove the heater hose from the metal tube that connects to the top of the water pump.  You will have to transfer the tube from the old water pump to the new water pump.  Scott’s new water pump literature had a BIG caution in it about being careful to not over-tighten this tube as you screw it into the housing.  I used some teflon tape on the threads and once all reassembled, it caused no problems.  Just don’t get crazy and crank it down real hard.

 

Carefully remove the water pump from the engine block.  A bit of coolant will drain out at this point so keep a catch bucket handy to prevent a mess on the garage floor (and here you thought all the messy stuff was behind you!)  Not to change the subject to much, but did you notice all the dirt on Scott’s engine block?  I couldn’t believe it once we started pulling parts off of it.  I gave him a pretty bad time about it and promised to drag his TJ down to the local do it yourself car wash and help him get rid of some of it.   Honestly, when you are doing this kind of work, it really is nice not to have to deal with the mud that forms when the coolant mixes with the layer of dirt. 

TJ Water Pump Replacement

Here is the business end of the the removed water pump.  If you look at the top fin, you will see the letter “R” stamped into it.  This means it is a reverse rotation water pump.  One would want to ensure that the replacement is the same.  Having the fins configured in the opposite direction would cause poor (no?) cooling in your vehicles engine.

I have just unscrewed the heater hose tube from the old pump.  As you can see, there is some kind of red thread sealant on it.  As I said before, I used teflon tape on this, after cleaning it carefully with a wire brush.  Scott’s new pump did NOT come with the studs for mounting the fan assembly.  We had to remove the studs from the old pump and transfer them to the new pump.  As neither of us had a stud puller, we used the good old double nut trick to remove them.  Screw a nut onto the stud and then put another one on right after it.  Using two wrenches, tighten the two nuts so they jam into each other.  Now, use one wrench and remove the stud as though it were a regular bolt, from the pump.  You can install them using the same technique.

Next came the cleanup of the old gasket material on the engine block.  Take your time and do a good job.  Since this was Scott’s project, I let him scrape the old gasket junk off.  He put a couple of paper towels into the engine block opening to help prevent the debris from getting inside the water jacket.  This stuff would certainly plug the core tubes in the radiator and you don’t want that to happen.
 

Here is the new water pump.  Note the manufacturer has pop riveted a piece of sheet metal to the vanes on the pump, making them more efficient.  Be sure to follow any specific directions that come with the pump.  There were some included with this one that dealt with the gaskets. 
 

With everything cleaned and ready to go, you basically reverse the disassembly order.  Here is Scott tightening the belt tensioner before the fan assembly was put back on.  It is much easier to adjust it now then after the radiator, shroud, and fan are also back in place.

As always, be sure to consult the service manual for the properly torque specs on the various bolts you wrenched on.  Some of them don’t take very much umph!  The last thing you want to do is snap one off in the block!  DOH!

After all is back together, take some distilled water and mix it with your favorite brand of coolant at the appropriate percentage (your choice on what is right for your climate).  After running the vehicle for about 5 minutes (with the radiator cap in place), I carefully opened the temp sensor.  Scott said I should see some air bubbles when I did and sure enough, it burped a couple of times.  He said this helps get the air out of the water jacket and prevents hot spots in the engine. 
 

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I flew as a co-pilot on charter flights several times, although I am a military pilot. But for a couple of charters I received as much as for a year of service - whoever refuses to "cheat" like that, the general turns a blind eye to such. A part-time job.

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Once they stripped me naked, leaving only my bra and stockings on. Now I was wearing three bows, two on my head and. One decorated my cock.

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It has been a long time since Nastya gave herself to Oleg. She only recalled how Oleg, with his penis, fucked a wet and not yet giving birth vagina from the inside. Nastya wanted repetitions of erotic sessions, wanted kissing siblings, but none of this was already there.



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