The crankshaft pulley on a PT Cruiser bolts on. After removing the vehicle belt and pulley bolt, use a pulley puller to break the pulley loose and remove it.
power steering pulley is pressed on. to remove pulley, u need to completely remove pump from vehicle and take it to a mechanic that has right tools for removing
If you are just removing the pulley, Then just remove the bolts that hold it on being sure to remove the bolt that is in the middle of the pulley too. Then take a hammer and knock it off.
It is not possible to remove the power steering pulley on a 1997 Buick Le Sabre without removing the power steering pump.
To get the pulley off requires a pulley puller to do it. You do not have to remove the PS pump to do it. It also takes a special tool to put the pulley back on too.
Loosen the bolt in the center of the idler pulley. Then loosen the pulley and remove the belt. There is 3 bolts behind the idler pulley that remove the entire pulley assembly. One is located above the pulley to the top right and the other 2 bolts are below the pulley on either side. It will help to take the wheel off and remove the plastic access panel behind the wheel to the front side of the axle. Then you can drop the pulley out from the bottom and replace the pulley or whole assembly either one at this point. Reverse instructions to reassemble.
There is a bolt that is blocked by the pulley. In order to remove the pump you need to remove that bolt. So you need to remove the pulley first to get access to that bolt.
Start by removing the lines, drain the fluids, then remove the pump pulley. After that, remove the mounting bolts.
After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.
Begin by removing the power steering pump belt from your 1991 Cadillac power steering pump pulley. Remove the power steering pump pulley retaining bolt. The retaining bolt will be in the center of the pulley.
You need to remove the entire power steering pump. There are two bolts holding it on at the 12 and 6 o'clock position. Remove these via the holes in the power steering pump pulley. (no need to remove the pulley) Push the pump to the side and you then have access to the water pump bolt. Hope this helps. "G"
The easiest way to access the pulley is to remove the front right wheel and fender liner. The pulley will be right behind the liner.