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replacing water pump on my ford 1510

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danoes
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2015-08-03          193257


Having never changed a water pump on a Ford 1510, I would appreciate any does and don'ts as well as tips and pitfalls for the job. I plan to use all new factory parts. I've had bad experience with aftermarket and rebuild parts in the past and this is one job I don't care to repeat. The one question I have is, do I have to pull the radiator to replace the water pump. Thanks in advance for the help.

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kthompson
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2015-08-13          193314


I think you will need to due to how tight all compact tractors are and also to give you good clear view of removal of all parts of gasket and the installation.

Has been a good indicator to me, can you remove the fan with the radiator in place? If not then it must be removed, if room to then it can stay. I am assuming the fan on this tractor is bolted to the water pump.

Dos, remove all of the old gasket even scraping. Get proper gasket sealant and use to hold gasket in place and to seal so apply lightly to both sides. Spin fan by hand before installing belt on to be sure it does clear. Be sure to install coolant before starting tractor backup so new pump is not run dry. Tighten bolts like you do for a tire and easy. Pump houses are cast and will break. You know to be safe with the old antifreeze and to install new hoses and belts while there. Oh yeah fins on radiators are good finger tip slicers. ....

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danoes
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2015-08-17          193364


Thanks kt, this is most helpful. Dano ....

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