Replacing water pump on 1994 Mazda B3000

Trying to replace a water pump in a 94 Mazda B3000. The power steering/ac bracket is in the way of one of the bolts of the water pump. I have removed 2 bolts on the bracket but it still won't budge, does anyone know where I can go to get a diagram of this bracket? Thanks

by in Roy, UT on January 30, 2011
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on February 01, 2011
I don't think you'll find a diagram of thie bracket except in a good shop manual but you don't need it. There's another bolt, you need to look harder for it. It may be recessed and not so obvious as the other two.
COMMENT by on February 26, 2011
Superbob, That answer was bupkus!!! Still dont know where that "recessed" bolt is!!!!
ANSWER by on May 02, 2011
theres 5 bolts that hold the bracket on two of them is on the driver side by the manafold and the other three are hidden in the channels of the bracket itself i have just done the same job had to change timing chain and water pump i advise if you are changing the water pump might as well change the timing chain and all the gaskets along with the crank seal its a pain in the butt but youll be glad you did
COMMENT by on May 17, 2011
There are 5 in all. 2 on the drivers side and 3 up front. the two hidden ones up front are behind the belt tensioner. you have to remove the tensioner to get to them.
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