water pump change

The water pump on my 01 camry 2.2 is making alot of noise(rattling and tapping) when the engine is under 2500 rpm. I pretty much figured out
that the pulley is loose and I need to replace the pump. Does anyone know if I need to pull the engine foward to replace the pump? As you well know, the pump is down in a very tight space. Or can I just take the front passenger tire off and be able to get to it from there? Thanks
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No, you don't need to move the engine. Take the timing belt off, and you will see how it comes out. Its real easy.
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