Hey Briandl I tried replying to your PM, but your inbox was full. I'll just post my response here.
It was actually on my WK. It's pretty straight forward. The FSM that I have was completely useless for this job. The 5.7 setup they had was actually for a Dakota or RAM. Basically drain the coolant, disconnect hoses at the pump, pull the belt(remember how it goes back on cause the FSM again doesn't show the right belt configuration), remove the idler and tensioner pulley assembly's off the pump, disconnect the hard line heater hose bolt at the intake and pull the tube out of the water pump, remove the pump bolts, and wiggle the pump straight up through the AC lines. I went ahead and cleaned the mounting surface of the engine with some emory cloth, installed the new pump as well as the new thermostat, torqued the water pump bolts to 18 ft. lbs., reinstated the idler and tensioner pulley, put a little grease on the o ring on the hard line heater hose and slid it into the pump. Pull the bleed plug and fill radiator until coolant come out of the bleed hole, reinsert bleed plug, start it up, turn the heat on and burp the cooling system like normal. All in all it took about two hours. I bought the pump from the dealership for $130. Believe you can get an oem one from jeepoemparts.com for $95.
that should pretty much cover it. lmk if you run into any issues or have anymore questions,
'05 WK Limited QDII, Superlift 6", Bilstein struts,315/70/17 Duratracs, Gibson CB, Volant CAI, JBA UCA's, JKS quick disco, adj. Rear trac bar, 4xguard armor, Diablosport Intune, Xenondepot 6000k HID's, Putco Jet yellow fogs.