Question about 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser
As the nut is attached to the ac shaft and not the pulley I would activate the ac clutch so that the pulley will not free wheel and I would use a 1/2 impact gun to do it up or undo it. Use an old belt in the pulley and clamp it at the pulley with vice grips as a means of holding the pulley steady.. If you have the compressor off the vehicle clamp the belt in a vice next to the pulley instead of the vice grips
Posted on May 12, 2014
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