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94 integra b18b1 waterpump install?????

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  1. 91jdmteg

    91jdmteg Senior Member

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    I got a 1994 integra with the b18b1 dohc non-vtec. I need to replace the waterpump on it, How hard is it to do???? What has to come off in order to acheive this task!!!!!!!!!!!!! <_< I have pretty good mechanic skills, I've swapped motors out and stuff. But never did a waterpump with the motor still in the car. I was just wondering if you guys could shed alittle light on the subject. Thanks in advance!!!! :D
     
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    phyregod !!YTINASNI

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    OMFGOMFG!!!!! aaaaAAAAAaaaa!!!! teh WAtEr PUMP will OWN YOU!!!!1111!!11!!

    AAAAAA!@!!!

    **Edit** sorry, my blood pressure went up 80 points when I read that.. Anyway, its a simple procedure, but is somewhat involved. Get a chilton or haynes manual and get to it.
     
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    91jdmteg Senior Member

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    Somebody has had to of done this before!!!
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    got a haynes manual? pretty easy. since you've got it apart change hte water pump, timing belt and tensioner.

    i have a brand new water pump $30 shipped and its yours
     
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    91jdmteg Senior Member

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    I don't have a manual, But I guess I could buy one. Do you have any idea what all needs to be removed or done to do this??I already have all the parts!! :D Thanks though.
     
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    its all taken care of in the manual.

    it'll take 8 hours.
     
  8. SlushboxTeggy

    SlushboxTeggy It's only stupid if it doesn't work VIP

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    a lot of work even if you know what your doing (fastest ive heard was like 1.5 hours) . will take even longer if you dont or dont have the right tools.
     
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    make sure you put the motor at top dead center before you take anything apart.

    have ready to install

    water pump
    timing belt
    tensioner
    valve cover gasket w/grommets

    tools:
    10/12/14/19mm socket/wrenches (racheting wrenches are great)
    impact
    rachet

    dont loose your crank pulley keys or nuts/bolts.

    pretty important.
     
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    91jdmteg Senior Member

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    Thanks good info!!!!!!!
     
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    It's not too hard - and it wont take you 8 hours. You will have to remove the timing covers to get to the pump. Take off the plastic guards around the driver's side whee; well too and take out the top drivers side engine mount - with all that crap outta the way it will be pretty obvious what to do.

    I agree with everyone else too - might as well do the timing belt, tensioner, and it's a good time to replace all the rest of the belts too - A/C, PS, alternator.

    Get a helms manual too - for tq specs.
     
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