While waiting for parts, I figured I could go out and start pulling off the old broken parts, Kelby decided to join. We pulled the clutch master and slave cylinders.
Kelby began disassembling the front of the engine to access the timing belt. The V belts were shredding as the engine was running, so we figured the timing belt should be replaced before we continue running the engine.
Got the fan and shrouds out of the way:
Captured a photo of this rusty washer pump. The reservoir is cracked and this pump will certainly need replacing. Also taken to mark the routing of the broken line.
Nice little parts pile developing:
A while back, I mentioned the condenser was smashed, it appears to have hit the radiator too. Its not leaking, but has quite a bend to it.
Radiator and condenser both removed from the car. The puller tool I have wouldn’t clear the radiator to get the crank pulley off. Either way the radiator needed to be pulled.
Crank pulley removed and timing belt exposed.
Lots of crud to clean up, and some slight rust repair: