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Old 07-15-2008, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default 2004 Tahoe, Replacing Water Pump

Does anyone know where I can get the instructions to do this? I think I am need a special tool to remove the fan clutch. Anyone help me out?
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Old 07-18-2008, 12:09 AM   #2
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Default special tool not needed

Two ways to get the pulley off; remove the fan with the pump on the engine, then (if you have one at home) get your power chisel gun out and use a 6" stud pounder or dull bladed chisel against the nut face. you'll have to "lock" the pulley in place; I used a strap wrench from Autozone to keep it in place.
Second, remove the water pump with the fan in place. Then unbolt the fan, and take the pump ass'y to a local shop, who can remove it there with the air chisel method or big ass wrench! I would recommend you have the new pump with you so they can transfer the pulley right there. Good Luck!

A Chilton's or Haynes manual (I have both for my 01 Yukon) will spell out the steps involved, but it' pretty straightforward if your'e handy with tools.
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