There is a special puller made for this. Maybe you could rent one.
It requires a special PULLER. Some parts stores will rent 1 to you.
pull off the power steering pulley and there are 3 bolts under it and the rest are visible
power steering pump failure ----------------------- If it is a Dodge truck then i see alot of Power steering pump shafts that are broken. To test, then pull on the power steering pump pulley - if it pulls out then you have a broken pump shaft.
n way around it you have to pull the radiator to get the puller on the pulley
The power steering belt has an adjustment pulley. To tighten the belt on a 1994 Acura Vigor loosen the adjustment pulley and pull it up higher than tighten it.
NO you do not. Just loosen all the bolts up on the bracket that holds the power steering pump and then pull the big bracket back enough to get to that corner bolt. It does not have to be moved very far. You must be working on a vortec.
Go to your local auto parts store and get the rental pulley puller. That's what you need.
buy what's called a "power steering pulley puller" you can get this from harbor freight for pretty cheap. this tool pushes against the shaft using a bolt while grabbing the lip on the pulley in order to pull it off. you pretty much need this tool because the pulley is pressed on there very tight.
You have to pull the serp. belt, coil packs, power steering pump pulley, power steering pump mounting bracket, and then you can get the water pump out.
If it's on the power steering pump ? You have to pull down the pump and disassemble it ,remove the pulley and pump cover screws,be careful of the impeller it has small parts that might get lost.If it's on the steering rack you have to pull it down too and you need a loy of tools ans a lot of time.
pull the p/s pulley off of the pump, the rest is easy.
it takes a special tool to pull that you can rent one at the autoparts store you need it to pull and install pulley