PAUL T Posted March 10, 2008 Report Share Posted March 10, 2008 I started my 92 Deville the other day, it had been in storage for a while, and while it was running I went to do some other things. When I came back there was water all over the hood and engine compartment like something was leaking on the belt and it was throwing antifreeze in a perfect line. I shut it down and checked all the hose connections but could not find any leaks. I then suspected the waterpump and found it leaking in that area but could not pinpoint it. 1.) Is there a weep hole on these pumps that will let water seep onto the pulleys and belt? 2.) How hard is it to change and what should I look out for? The manual makes it look fairly easy but I know there is not much room between the pulleys and the inner fender. I know the front tire has to be removed to access the splash shield to remove the lower bolts. I know it is going to be harder than the one I change in my 94 Northstar. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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