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Replace a crank shaft pulley - 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Most pulleys can be pulled with a simple puller honestly a haynes manually will usually point you in the right direction if you cant loosen the bolt I put a decent 1/2 in ratchet on the bolt usually my craftsman (dont mind breaking them) and giving the handle a good whack I believe most all are normal right hand threads hope this helps sound kinda caveman but if you dont have an impact or cant get one in there without pulling the Radiator and condensor it works (BE CAREFUL NOT TO HIT THE RADIATOR ,CONDENSOR OR YOUR HAND LOL also make sure not to use the center screw on the puller inside the threads of the bolt that holds on the pulley most pullers will have a little button looking thing that will prevent this from happening as I said before a $20 manual from haynes usually will walk you through this Good luck 37 Lansing Rd North, Colonie, NY 12304

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