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Old 01-17-2002, 05:48 PM
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How To Remove Pulley On Power Steering Pump

How is the best way to remove the pulley on the power steering pump on a 302 serpentine set up. It has a allen wrench slot inside of the shaft. Which way does it turn? Is it left hand or standard?
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How To Remove Pulley On Power Steering Pump

I believe the pulley is pressed on and you need a special took (not very expensive) to get it off. The last power steering pump I purchased had this tool included in the pump.
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How To Remove Pulley On Power Steering Pump

Those things are a pain. You need a good puller designed for the task not a three arm unit. Some parts places will pull them for you.

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How To Remove Pulley On Power Steering Pump

Yep! I checked with the auto parts machine shop that has done a lot of work for me and a $10 bill will get the pulley pressed on and off!
A lot cheaper than me tearing up the pulley trying to get it off.

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i know auto zone does it for free


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