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Old 12-04-2015, 02:00 AM   #11
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I did mine without pulling the radiator. I did take the top radiator support brace off so the radiator moved slightly towards the front.


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Old 12-04-2015, 02:25 AM   #12
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Yep I didn't 'need no fancy fan removel toolz mmmhmm

If its leaking several drops per second, should be easy to locate right? Take the plastic cover off the top of the engine.
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Shouldn't have to take the cover off unless your checking injectors


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I'm guessing that those of you who didn't pull radiator pulled the fan? Doesn't seem possible to squeeze hand in on the t1n to reach the bolts holding in the pump.
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Thanks for the thread, I was able to fix the leaking pump on my 2006. Now don't make my mistakes. Take the stupid belt off, made getting to the bottom bolt much easier. And then, don't put the stupid belt back on. Diesel fuel and rubber don't mix well, I had to do a roadside belt change the next day. Thanks again.
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Thanks for the thread, I was able to fix the leaking pump on my 2006. Now don't make my mistakes. Take the stupid belt off, made getting to the bottom bolt much easier. And then, don't put the stupid belt back on. Diesel fuel and rubber don't mix well, I had to do a roadside belt change the next day. Thanks again.
I'm going to give this a try on my leaking 2006. what is the belt that should be swapped that tgoods speaks of?
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I'm going to give this a try on my leaking 2006. what is the belt that should be swapped that tgoods speaks of?
I believe he's talking about the main serpentine belt, and what he meant was that you're going to want to put a *new* belt into place, instead of expecting the old, fuel-damaged, belt to provide any useful amount of further service.

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