Question about 1999 Volkswagen Beetle
Almost all a/c compressors for the last 20 years require a puller/installer. Look at the hub where the retaining nut on the compressor shaft is... look for threads inside this hub. If they are there you will most certainly need the tools. Remove the retaining nut from the shaft, screw the puller into the hub's internal threads, tighter the center bolt on the puller to push against the compressor shaft. This pushes the clutch off. To install, screw the center section (bolt) of the installer over the threaded shaft, turn the outer portion to push the clutch back onto unit. This will all become clear once you see the tools. Make certain you obtain the correct tooling as there are different pullers/installers for various compressors.
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