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How to remove PS pump pulley from 1999 73 diesel?


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2008-04-23 18:47:24
2008-04-23 18:47:24

The grove on the front of the pulley requires a sleeve in a u shape that slides over the pulley grove and a fine threaded bolt is part of the the sleeve assembly than you tighten the bolt which in turn pushes on the pump shaft removing the pulley. They are avaible at NAPA Stores


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