How to Change The Water Pump on a 2000 Range Rover

by:FLOS     2020-05-06
Water pump 2000 Range Rover circulates coolant through the engine. When the water pump fails, you must replace it as soon as possible. If you fail to do so, you can create more expensive problems in the engine, such as the failure of the head gasket. Signs of failure include water pump pump squeaks when the bearing fails and the loss of coolant through the weep hole. It only takes about half past one remove and replaces the water pump on the 2000 Range Rover. Park your Rover on flat ground and let the engine cool. Disconnect the negative battery cable using a wrench to loosen the terminal nut. Drain the engine coolant into the drain pan by opening the valve on the bottom of the radiator with a wrench. Idler pulley turns counterclockwise with a wrench and loosens the tension on the serpentine area. Pull the belt from the engine. Note the appropriate routing of the belt in case the routing diagram is missing from the bottom of the hood of the Range Rover. Remove the three bolts holding the water pump pulley on the pump using a wrench. Clear water pump bolts with a socket and ratchet assembly. Pull the pump away from the engine. Scrape any remaining material of the seal mounting surface using the scraper. Place a new water pump and the seal on the engine. Tighten the bolts with the socket and ratchet. Install the pulley on the water pump and tighten the three bolts with a wrench. Place the serpentine belt on the engine and drive properly around each component. Tighten the tension on the belt idler pulley turning clockwise with the wrench. Connect the negative battery cable and tighten the nut with the wrench. Add coolant to cool the radiator and reservoir. Start the Range Rover and check around the installation for leaks. Tips & Warnings
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