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Removal of power steering pump on 1983 toyota supra

How do you get the power steering pump off of the supra? there is a bolt and we can't remove the pulley.. do we have to remove it to get the pump off?

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Its very easy just unhook the lines and take the bolts thats connected to the exhast manifold

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