Question about 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser
You're going to get a special puller if its rusted on, usually if its new or not rusty, you can just remove the gear and hit it with a hammer a few times and it will come right off but if it is rusted then you should get a crankshaft damper puller and hit it with a hammer too. this kind of kind of work need extra care.
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