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Old 01-30-2018, 03:03 PM
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Power Steering Pump/Pully

I have a 1980 Bronco with a 4.9L/300ci I-6... I'm trying to mount the power steering pump onto the bracket, but the pull seems to be in the way. I've tried using a puller to get it off, but that didn't seem to work... Any ideas as to how to remove the pulley?
 
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If you go to your local big box auto part store, they will likely have a loaner PS pulley puller.
Most lend for free with a refundable deposit.
 
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Old 01-30-2018, 09:52 PM
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Or Harbor Freight
 
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I have a pulley and I tried using it, but it started warping the pulley itself which tells me I either have the improper puller or that it isn't pressed on... Any other ideas?
 
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You need this one to pull it off, AND put it back on. You can break the pump if you use the wrong puller

https://www.nationaltoolwarehouse.co...hoCWbUQAvD_BwE
 
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I got this exact one and it works awesome:
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It grabs the pulley at the hub area in center near the shaft.




To install new pulley, I use a bolt with a nut and washer to press it onto the shaft.
 
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Old 01-31-2018, 11:19 PM
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You can also take your old and new pumps to the parts store and the will help you change them.
 
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i would go with the one that Mcleod showed.
 
 
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