Question about 2005 Chevrolet Aveo
Have a hard time getting the three bolts that hold the pulley to the water pump , there no way of holding it to remove them
I will tell you how I do it! take a bar or big screwdriver to hold it from turning, if that wont work. sometimes you can position a pipe wrench cross wise, and hold it so the pulley does not turn. good-day!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Blazer 2D 4WD ZR2
The big nut spins counter clock wise. you have to put your pulley bolts back on and make sure they are tight. leave belt on so that you have more resistance to pull against when tring to loosen the nut put a bar inbetween the pulley bolts so it won't slip off and then loosen that big nut looking thing and you should have it from there. to the same thing in reverse order to install it
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
you can either remove the steering pump to gain access,if there is no holes in PS pump pulley,you can rent a pulley puller....can be a ***** to get in and use them though....I will drill a hole in it for next time whenever I replace a pump on cars without ....
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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