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Old 05-25-2006, 12:42 AM   #1
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I've searched and searched...But I've only seen an electric water pump for Series II Bonnevilles. I have a N/A 93 SE....Series I.

Are the two interchangable at all?

This was a great mod on my Camaro, and would appreciate any help in making it happen with my Bonneville. Thanks.

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It was verified a while back that the gasket from my series 2 matched up with J Wikoff'* 92.
So It should bolt up no problem.
But there were 2 things I wasn't sure about..
The different p/* torque axis engine mount and the belt routing.
Wiring it is easy.
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Yeah, Wiring should be easy.

Belt routing should be easy too.

I'm not sure what you're reffering to with the p/* torque axis though.

Since you said the gaskets match up, My main concern is if the bolt patterns match up.

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The bolt pattern matches.
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I'm not sure what you're reffering to with the p/* torque axis though.
The series 1 passenger side engine mount (The one near the battery and coolant overflow) Isn't the same as a series 2. On my engine, the electric waterpump clears my mount with little room to spare. I'm not sure if your mount will interfere. My guess is it would fit but don't hold me to that.
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Don't count on it. The underdrive water pump pulleys fit the S2 well. I had to modify my TA mount to make it work on my S1.
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Don't count on it. The underdrive water pump pulleys fit the S2 well. I had to modify my TA mount to make it work on my S1.
I could have sworn Allmachtiage(sp?) had to file his down when he did the install.
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...1133&highlight
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Wait wait wait....I'm talking about an electric water pump....not an underdrive pulley. Are we all still on the same page here?
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Wait wait wait....I'm talking about an electric water pump....not an underdrive pulley. Are we all still on the same page here?
Yeah, were just relating the two mounts in terms of clearance issues.
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Oh I see

Would you happen to have the specs on the water pump? I could simply measure my clearance and see if it fits. Thanks guys.

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