Water Pump Replacement
OK, I figured it out. In this case, I would have been MUCH better WITHOUT the manuals. (A lift would have been nice too.) There was absolutely no reason to pull the AC Compressor, PS Pump Bracket, or the Timing Belt Cover.
I can only guess that at one time during the engine production, one of the Water Pump bolts was located under the Timing Belt Cover. It sure would have been great if any of the 4 manuals I used had been updated.
The Lower Radiator Hose and a heater hose are attached to a plastic “Y” pipe that is lying sideways. The bottom of the Y fits into the Water Pump. The “Y” pipe is held into place by (2) 8 mm bolts that pull the pipe tightly into the Water Pump. These 8 mm bolts at only accessible from under the vehicle and are located immediately under the alternator. The job is very easy to do (now that the location of the bolts securing the “Y” pipe is known.)