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Old 10-15-2019, 10:40 PM   #1
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Default 3.0L V6 used water pump and three idler pulleys

If anyone's interested in rebuilding the water pump and idler pulleys with new bearings, contact me via private messaging. I replaced them when performing a timing belt replacement recently. None the worse for wear after 108k miles but they are used. Even the black oxide coating remains on all three idlers. The core parts are perfect for anyone with access to a bench press and some tools to replace all the bearings. Bearings should be replaced and that shouldn't be a problem to anyone with knowhow. The one O-ring to the water pump may be problem but not for anyone accustomed to searching for specific parts. These four items will remain on my bench until asked otherwise they'll get tossed. All I ask is shipping costs (UPS, postal, whatever). I'll try to update with snapshots later.

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Snapshots. Coolant corrosion around the water pump seal may have allowed a small leak, less than half a pint per year after 75k(?) miles as I suspected ether the pump seal or two (reused) O-rings on the t-stat extension tube were suspect after t-stat replacement. Idler bearings are not loose but grease oozed out from seals. Pump bearings are tight, not loose.
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