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Old 04-15-2006, 10:52 PM   #1
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Default How to remove power steering pump pulley

Is it press-fit? Just use a gear puller?
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They make a special puller/installer for it. I think you can borrow one from Autozone.

What are you pulling your PS pulley for?
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So that way the pump can stay in the truck when the engine comes out. Damn - you left a few days too early, you could be helping me with this
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The tool is a must. I have one and it's already paid for itself 100 times over.
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I think I left just in time
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I think I left just in time

Hahaha - look what I just bought

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=8054979998

$1825 complete shipped to my door, includes all accessories, harness, and PCM.
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The tool is a must. I have one and it's already paid for itself 100 times over.
I think I'll go borrow one from AutoZone. It's about time to eat anyway.
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Nice Might be interested in the wiring harness and accessories and stuff you don't use for my dads truck.

But you still need a trans, you dummy.
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LOL tranny issues... so you go and buy a LQ4 classic
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Maybe your 5.3 too. $20 right??
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