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How hard is it to get ac clutch off compressor in a 1998 chevy prism?

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  • mfa73 Jun 24, 2009

    can it be removed without removing the compressor?

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The disc of the clutch might come off easy when it's unbolted. but the pully is pressure fitted to the compressor shaft. there a puller designed to remove it.

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

  • Aaron Murchison
    Aaron Murchison Jun 25, 2009

    it would depend on where the compressor is located and weather the is enough clearance in front of it. it would definatly be easier to work on off the car.

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