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The pulley on the crank shaft that drives the alternator and A/C belt broke and I need to know how to remove and replace broken pulley.

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You may need a pulley puller. Though this seems like a smart assed comment, it is the truth. They are ususally available to rent from your local parts store.

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  • Chain wrench
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  • 1/2 inch drive ratchet
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  • 12 mm wrench
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