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I have a 1991 ford explorer. I'm replacing the power steering pump but can not get the pull off. how do you get it off?

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You do not remove the pulley. Take the pump to the auto parts store ,and make sure to match up the pulley with the new pump they give you.
Today must be P/S Pump Monday. These things last about 20 years.

Posted on May 03, 2010


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