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Old 05-12-2022, 07:17 PM   #1
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Has anyone changed a water pump on a 350 Cat engine without pulling the radiator? 2006 Alfa See Ya. [Mod Edit]
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Can it be done ? Probably

Would it be easier and quicker with the rad and CAC out of the way ? Most likely.

Having done the water pump on my 3126B with side rad , I can imagine doing it with a rad , limiting access , but that's all I'd want to do ; imagine .
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Being the age of the coach i would pull the radiator and replace hoses and everything that turns because if you have to repair anything else at the later date the labor could buy you a lot of new parts.
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Yes we have over here.
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without removing the Rad/CAC
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