I think this also applies to quite a few other transverse mounted 4-bangers where the water pump pulley is very close to the inner fender. The shop manual requires the front engine mount be disconnected and the engine jacked up apparently in order to access the water pump pulley attachment bolts. It seems to me with the right tool, sort of an offset-wrench, you could remove those bolts without having to jack the engine. Or would you still have to jack the engine for another reason. If not, it seems like somebody producing & selling that offset-wrench tool could make a bundle. What do you folks think?
92 Corolla, 4afe engine