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Took the motor off to pull the deal that goes to the pump off but can't get it off. Is there a trick to it? Special tool other than a puller? I want to put another pulley on it to use my old pump

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Power steering pump requires power steering puller and has to be pressed on with the same tool you can rent from Oreilly s or Auto Zone. If it is a harmonic balancer it requires its own type puller. Every component has its own special puller.

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