Ok wolverine was totally wrong about hitting it with a hammer you can tap it a few times with a rubber mallet with a cloth also if it doesn't budge then you go to autozone and rent a harmonic balancer puller and use that with the instructions to pull it off the right way you could warp your pulley by hitting it too hard and too much even with just a rubber mallet most pulleys just pop right off but some have just been on for so long they get stuck and have to be pulled off.
It depends on which pulley. Locate the problem one and replace it. It may be the water pump or alternater in which case those components need replacement. Also may be the idler pulley is bad.
Next to the crank pulley. Held on with 2 10mm bolts.
If in fact the only thing that needs to be replaced is the pulley, you will have find a method of holding the pulley so that it cannot turn and remove the four small bolts that holds it on to the water pump pulley shaft. If the pulley appears to be bent or not straight, chances are the water pump shaft bushing is worn. If this is the case, the entire water pump must be replaced. If you are getting coolant seepage it is most likely the bushing.
Yes if the engines are the same
can someone give me a diagram of a fuse box location for a 1993 Chevy beretta
Behind the fan blade and pulley.
First get your new pump. Removal: Drain your cooling system. Loosen the four bolts on the water pump pulley. Remove the serpentine belt from that water pump pulley by using the belt tensioner and 1/2 drive socket wrench. Remove the four bolts and water pump pulley. Remove the four bolts that hold on the water pump. You may be able pull the water pump off now, if not, tap the water pump and work it back and forth till it comes off. Clean and dry old surface. Install: Make sure the O ring is properly in place. Install new pump, tighten all four bolts to manufacturers specs and in a cross type pattern. Replace the pulley with its four bolts and the serpentine belt. Make sure and fill the cooling system and be sure it is burped properly using the fill cap at the top of the coolant hoses. Otherwise the car will overheat quickly and you risk SERIOUS damage to your engine. Keep an eye on the coolant level and temp gauge too.
To replace the water pump on a 1993 Ford Explorer, disconnect the battery and loosen the belt tension pulley. Remove the belt on the water pump. Disconnect the radiator hose from the pump and remove the bolts holding the pump. Remove the old pump and gasket. Clean the surface of the water pump mount with a gasket cleaner. Insert gasket sealer, new gasket, and pump. Reconnect radiator hose, belt, and tighten tension pulley. Reconnect the battery. Refill radiator with antifreeze.
More than likely a head gasket.
Cro - 1993 Pulley for You 1-13 was released on: USA: 11 December 1993
Inside the distributor.
first drain all the coolant from the radiator then loosen bolts on water pump pulley then remove serpentine belt then remove the bolts from water pump then clean the hole where the water pump goes with a razor blade then wipe it dry and put a new gasket and ad some high temperature black siliconeto the gasket.then put in your new water pump.then put all the screws back put the serpentine belt back then titan the 4 bolts on the pulley that are on the water pump wait for the silicone to dry then ad your green coolent i also recomend that u change your thremostat and radiator cap when you have drained your coolant .just in case if your having a overheating problem .
* Disconnect negative battery cable * Drain the cooling system save coolant if newer * Remove the drivebelts * On SOHC engines immobilize the water pump pulley with a strap wrench,remove the pulley bolts and pulley.Remove the crankshaft pulley and timing belt covers * On DOHC engines remove the drivebelt ilder pulley bracket and the right side engine mount and brackets.Also remove the main timing chain tensioner cover and the water pump cover from the front timing chain cover.Press the timing chain tensioner piston inward and insert an appropriate size pin into the tensioner hole to lock the tensioner in place.Rotate the crankshaft 20 degrees counterclockwise to loosen the chain around the water pump sprocket * Remove the bolts and detach the water pump from the engine
the beretta and lumina motors are about the same i have a lumina motor in my 95 beretta
If you're referring to the 4.0 I-6, there is an idler pulley located directly under the air conditioning compressor pulley. However, tension is adjusted through the power steering pump. You will have to loosen the two bolts behind the power steering pump, two or three bolts which attach to the power steering bracket, as well as the one under the front of the pulley. There is also another bolt under the driver's side of the power steering pump. This one actually controls the belt tension.
what knds of car do yoy have .
how many plugs does it have
3.1 V6 yes... what is the question?
The fan is bolted to the front of the water pump with 4 bolts, once the fan is off the water pump is exposed.
There are access holes in the power steering pump pulley which allow the 13mm bolts that fasten the pump to the tensioner plate to be removed. Once these bolts are out the pump can be swung out. This also unblocks one of the tensioner plate bolts-- if replacement of the tensioner plate is necessary.
It is the part that the fan bolts to, on the front of the engine GOOD LUCK
on the back side of motor by firewall