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How to remove a/c compressor clutch and pullley on denso 6seu14c. mounted in toyota corolla 2007.the pulley bearing is so noisy,i want to replace it but i cant remove the clutch and pulley.

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Most technicians don't bother removing the clutch and pulley when there is too much noise, and instead replace the entire a/c compressor after removing the refrigerant.

Good luck on this repair.

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

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