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Q: how to take the bottom bolt off the water pump?

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There is one bolt that we cannot figure out how to get to it to get it out. It is at the bottom of the water pump. It is a 3800 series 2 supercharged.

My car has 136000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: The power steering lower bolt should be rem...

The power steering lower bolt should be removed and the power steering swung out of the way. Then, using a 10mm swivel socket you can get the back bottom water pump bolts out without removing the front engine mount bracket.

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