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Old 13-10-2009, 10:38   #1
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Universal M12 Raw Water Pump Replacement

Here is the current water pump">raw water pump.



And from the top you can see the bolts come in from the back. A real bitch to change the impeller. Especially if you need to do it in a hurry.



Is there an aftermarket solution to this?
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If only they all came as easy as yours to access---try short series ratchet ring spanners .
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Tis easier to remove the pump.

Or you could reroute your hoses for eaier access.
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Speed seal won't work, the impeller is in the outer housing with the hoses attached.
Now just pulling the entire pump is a pretty good idea. That way the back is more accessable.
I'd still like to find a replament pump that will allow something like the speed seal.
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your best shot would be depcopumps.com
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