That tool apparently removes the impeller when the hole waterpump is
I think the OP wants to know if or how to break the seal on the waterpump
Just as sand will polish a hard stone slowly, in a tumbler, if you rock it
back and forth it will eventually
come loose. Or you can tap a screwdriver with a hammer between the seal and
it will pry it loose.
Make sure that you have all the bolts out.
Thanks anyway guys. I got it off.
I wound up tapping lightly with a heavy hammer until I saw slight
movement. Then I shot some WD-40 around the edges, tapped it back in
and let it sit for about a half hour. After that it came out by just
tapping around the edges. Originaly I was afraid of Murphy's Law, that
I might crack the block.
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