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Old 10-05-2020, 05:54 AM   #1
Drives: 06 2ZR Turbo Yaris RS
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Changing the water pump on a TS

Just wondering about the configuration of the TS engine bay. Is there room between the engine and the subframe for removing the water pump? Since my 2ZR engine swap, it looks like I'd have some trouble getting the water pump out. I haven't measured, but I bet there isn't much more than an inch - if that - between the water pump pulley and the frame rail. This is for future reference only as I don't have any issues with the pump at this time. Thanks in advance.

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