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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by surpip, May 2, 2006.

  1. surpip

    surpip 1 ton status

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    am i beeing stupid and missing something or is pulling the Alt. bracket on my 89 going to be a big PITA?
    looks like i have to pull the pully off the power steering pump to get the pump off? and the bracket out?

    i really just need the littl support bracket off the back of the alt and PS pump, but it looks like it wont come out
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    Just take the pump off with the bracket and you can slip a wrench in between the pully and the bracket. getting it back on mey be a different story.

    IIRC that little bracket is bolted to the alt and intake manifold?
     
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    nope just the ps pump and the alt.

    and i cant get the pump off with out taking the pully off
     
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    :rolleyes: that helps
     
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    any tips or tricks?
     
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    They make a pulley puller for the power steering. You can probably rent one from a parts store.
     

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