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Pulley weled back on...

The pulley has been welded back on. Will not pass smog. What is involved in a pepair to pass smaog??? thanks!!!!

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  • Sean Ware Nov 10, 2008

    Thanks Buddy!



    So I can have it repaired fairly easy?

  • Sean Ware Nov 11, 2008

    Your Awsome!!!!

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Hi seanware25 dont know the rules where you are? welded pulleys are not acceptable from a safety standpoint or to pass an inspection, head to the auto wreckers and grab another one, easy fix hope this helps,good luck to you

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  • mike harris
    mike harris Nov 10, 2008

    you bet brother,just ensure the new pulley is the same and away you go a real easy fix

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    mike harris Nov 11, 2008

    seanware25, hey buddy this is the fan belt pulley right, that attaches to the water pump correct? now is the pulley itself welded or is the pulley welded to the water pump shaft? if it is welded directly to the shaft you may have to replace the water pump as well this is not a big deal though,get back to me and let me know ok, I cant imagine someone welding this to the shaft,don't worry we'll fix you up

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