There are three bolts holding the pump onto the bracket. In order to get to them, you must remove the PSP pulley with a pulley removal tool.
Thanks for the heads up, I'll look for one pully remover to get er dun.Johnny Cougar said:There are three bolts holding the pump onto the bracket. In order to get to them, you must remove the PSP pulley with a pulley removal tool.
I'd think along those lines but if it's just a cracked hose, I'd rather just change the hose.fubar107 said:if youre going to all the trouble to pull the pump, I think I'd replace it, you don't know how many times its been run dry
Heh yah.. and then trying to get it started again is a PITA too at times... If only the Fan shroud was a 2 piece design like on some GMC by-productsfubar107 said:check and see if one of your local parts store has the proper tool for the job, sometimes they'll lend them, I probably should have told you the shroud needs to come out. That fan is a ***ch to get loose sometimes, especialy if its been on there for a while.
If you try it, $5.00 says you'll damage the pulley.Excuse me--
Why will a normal wheel puller not work?
I am starting this replacement today--however the nearest AZ or Orielly's is in the next town, 10 miles away. I'd like to start right away without the delay of the trip OOT.