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If you are referring to the crankshaft timing gear then they are held on by 2 methods. The first method is a slide on fit over a long key and retained in place by the tension on the pulley nut
The second is a press on fit over a key and will have ( generally 2 threaded holes in the face with which to attach bolts and a puller. In the first case ,if the gear will not slide off with gentle persuasion, leverage or heat the you will have to use a bearing puller over the back of the gear to pull it off
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