It's pretty easy and straightforward. A flathead screwdriver, deep 9/16 and a couple extensions is really all you need to do the job. there are SIX bolts holding the water pump on.
Remember to swap the drive coupler over to the new pump!
Oh, and remove the upper hose and thermostat housing as one piece.
And I usually fill it back up with coolant mix through the water pump to make bleeding the system easier. Fill it to the top, pop in the thermostat and then hook up the upper hose/thermostat housing.
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