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How do I remove the pulley on the power steering pump

For a 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue; how do I remove the pulley on the power steering pump? What tool do I purchase as the standard puller will not work. There are no grooves on the pulley, nor are there any holes in the pulley to remove the pump. I'm tempted to force it off with some large screw drivers.

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  • bar376 Jul 29, 2010

    The 2000 Oldsmobile intrigue does not have the standard rings on the pulley. There is also very little space in there. Removing the fuse block in there may help with that though. So both of the video's you posted are of no help. Sorry, but thanks. I need someone that have actually done the same car as I have. The standard kits do not seem to fly for this application. I'm going to get a tiny mirror though, and see if there is a double set of threads. That's the only thing I can think of that may be the solution. If both the shaft and pulley have threads. We'll see...

  • bar376 Jul 29, 2010

    Umm.. Yea, I know what a power steering pump looks like. I've rebuilt a dozen motors.. I've changed the pressure line to the power steering pump 2 times. The picture you posted is the right engine, but again, the pulley I have does not have that ring around the center that something can grab onto. The picture you posted does have a ring. In my case there is a very small welded ring, but nothing can grab onto it. The pulley must come off before the pump can. So when I can find a mirror I'm hoping that there are 2 different sets of threads inside the hole in the shaft/pulley.. http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/detail... This pulley may be able to do it..

  • bar376 Jul 29, 2010

    There is no metal fatigue in the area around where the flange should be. Just a tiny thin weld line where when it was made was attached. As in the center of the pulley to the outer pulley area. The pump that is on there is toast anyways, I have a new one.. Just need to get this old POS off.. I'm to the point I don't care about the core, and may just order another pulley as well, and I'll tear it off however I can. But I need to stop sitting at my computer, and go outside.

  • bar376 Jul 29, 2010

    So.. Found the problem to my frustrations.. That idiot that installed the engine put the pulley on backwards. I'll take pictures, and post em later today. I paid a shop to install the engine instead of doing it myself. Figured a pro.. Welp.. learned my lesson their. Already spent over $1000 fixing things they messed up from a bad computer ground to a broken radiator to a broken coil pack to this pulley..

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You need a power steering pump pulley remove/ install tool .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrIGsbSNz6U
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujslj-830ck

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Testimonial: "Thanks for your comments.. The problem was not something that was standard or obvious w/o seeing pictures. "

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    Ron Jul 29, 2010

    My NAPA pro link shows a taperd smooth shaft so it has to be pulled off.

    http://www.edmunds.com/flipper/do/MediaN...

    This is a picture of your motor and it is most definetly a press on pulley. Are you sure you are talking about the steering pump ?


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    Ron Jul 29, 2010

    Is it possible that the rib has been broken off ? I have done just about every make and model over the course of 12 years as a GM tech .. If someone broke the flange off the only way you will get it is to heat it and pry it off... The problem being the pump seals will probably be finished from the heat..

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    Ron Jul 29, 2010

    lol , I'm thinking the only way it's going to come is to heat it and pry it off.. good luck to you.

  • Ron
    Ron Jul 29, 2010

    Well , that was a tuff one to figure without seeing it ..lol , Holy c r a p what would they be thinking to pull a ********* move like that...

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