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How do you remove the power steering pulley?


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2015-07-15 19:52:19
2015-07-15 19:52:19

You need a special tool, you can get a set of pullers. Go to the local auto store of your choice (NAPA, Shucks, Auto Zone, etc.) and ask--they'll know. Once you get the tool, it's easy. When you are buying it ask how to use it. Likely price $20-$45 for a set to pull a few types of pulleys.


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