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How do you remove pulley from Alternator

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Old 05-19-2010, 09:02 PM
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Does anyone here know how to remove the pulley off the alternator? Thanks
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Leave the belt on and hit it with a impact that's the way I did mine
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+1, Impact worked for me. I did it with the alternator out of the truck though... used a strap wrench to keep it from spinning, but I probably could have gotten away with just gripping it with my hand.
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Thanks for the input guys, that all I need to know
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i don't know if this applies or not, but i once changed a power steering pump that came rebuilt without a pulley, and autozone loaned me a "pulley removal tool". i don't know if it was for PS pump only, or anything with a pulley.
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Funny u mention that I just used the kit and changed the pulley onto my new power steering pump last week. But no they don't work with the alternator pulley.
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