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Bummer. Basically there are two things you can do. One is to pull the engine out, clean all the broken parts out of it, find a replacement jackshaft and water pump shaft (from the same engine, so you know that they are working and happy together) and put the whole thing back together. That's a lot of time and/or a lot of money if you are paying someone else to do the work. The other is to try to do the electric water pump. As I mentioned in my earlier post, this involves some modifications and I'm not aware that there's a "kit" or step-by-step instructions that I've seen (I haven't searched much, so if anyone knows of anything, let us know!) so it likely involves some engineering, but you may be able to do it without removing the engine from the car (but in that case I'm worried about where pieces of the broken jackshaft went).
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