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Layman's terms?? No there is no way to do that for this repair. Do you have the pulley removed from the pump? It pulls off with a special tool. Also how do you know the pump is defective, did you test the pressures? It is more likely the steering rack and pinion has failed.
Yes I'm pretty sure its your CV Axle Or Right side upper or lower control arms could be also bent. Is this costly repair? Well it depends on the way you go about. had this happen to my Caprice about a month ago and it cost a Day In Junkyard Labor, and $350 for shop labor, because suspension isn't my forte! But, depending on location, no more than $700 for parts and labor! What year is your Cobalt if you don't mind me asking?
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