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Old 10-07-2014, 07:55 PM   #11
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Oh yeah..it'* got a motor mount right in the way...this couldn't be there easy way! Thank you all for your help..anymore advise is welcomed...I now gave to Chase down the tools I'll need
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If you have a hydraulic floor jack, you can put it at the passenger end of the oil pan and jack the engine up just a tad to take the weight off the engine mount so you can remove it.
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on my 94 buick century the water pump is right there and once the belt is removed and 4 bolts on pulley it should be accesiable with out taking too mu ch apart good luck and and go easy on bolts people tend to torque them and snap them steven
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Big difference between a w/p on a 3.1 Century and a '94 LeSabre.....
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They said they has a '95 LeSabre Gus, you are right though, as both 94/95'* still had the same motors, Series 1 3.8L
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