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Hey guys, I'm installing a new alternator and I'm gonna put the pulley from my old alternator on the new one. The old alternator is off the car. Now what is the easiest way to remove the pulley without jacking up the alternator since I'm using it to get my core charge back. The bolt holding the pulley spins with the alternator, so what is the procedure for removal?

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Javier
 

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Chain wrench to hold the pulley still. Might want to wrap a towel around the pulley so the chain wrench doesn't screw it up.
 

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Javs98gst said:
Hey guys, I'm installing a new alternator and I'm gonna put the pulley from my old alternator on the new one. The old alternator is off the car. Now what is the easiest way to remove the pulley without jacking up the alternator since I'm using it to get my core charge back. The bolt holding the pulley spins with the alternator, so what is the procedure for removal?

Thanks,

Javier

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