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Old 06-20-2014, 08:15 AM   #1
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help with pulley

i just bought a new power steering and installed it in my mustang but once i started the engine it tore up the belt and the pulley almost came off
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Old 06-20-2014, 01:06 PM   #2
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Once they press on with that tool they shouldn't come off. Did you install it with the tool or just smack it on with a hammer? Also how did you remove it? If you yanked it with a claw puller you can bend it and then it'll never seat back on properly and tear up any belt that you put on.
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i did use a pulley tool to take it off but to install it back i did use a hammer because i didn't have the other part of the tool to install it back....
i don't know wich tool is the right one to install it back
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It's the same tool, or it should be. You reverse a piece of the tool and it goes right back on. You could have perma damaged the shaft or the pump using a hammer, I dunno. At the very least you probably didn't get it on there far enough.
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thank you i'm looking right now for the right tool so i can buy it and install the pulley

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by chance do you know wich one is it?
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You can just rent it at any box store like autozone or advance. Give them a CC, they swipe it and full refund upon you returning it.
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Also make sure it is all lined up after the install just don't run it.
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The install tool is completely different than the removal tool

The install tool threads into the nose of the PS pump and then pushes/presses the pulley on to the PS shaft.

The removal tool has two clam shell halves and threaded stud bolt .

Install tool ----------------------------------------- Removal tool
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ok the installer tool on the pic you sent eas too long and it didnt thread to the p/s shaft so i used a 3/8 bolt long enough and that did the trick but i still have to start the engine once i get the belt...if it goes
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if the pulley goes out of the shaft again then what now?
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Old 06-20-2014, 04:29 PM   #11
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if the pulley goes out of the shaft again then what now?
I'd say that there is something wrong with either the PS shaft or the PS Pulley.



All I can say is on my 89 there was a 7/16 inch gap between the PS housing and the PS Pulley which made the belt line up correctly, I sure someone will have a better explanation of the correct alignment process.
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hey does anyone know how to install a a/c bypass pulley. i got no ****ing idea and looked on youtube couldnt find a video or a diy online. maybe someone can break it down dummy style for me to as iv never done this before. i shouldnt need a newer belt right. i do got under drive pullies. its for a 95 5.0 . thanks a million to. im changing it because its ****ed i got white smoke coming from it and its completly frozen. i dont use my a/c anyways. plus didnt want to spend hella $$$
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The install tool is completely different than the removal tool

The install tool threads into the nose of the PS pump and then pushes/presses the pulley on to the PS shaft.

The removal tool has two clam shell halves and threaded stud bolt .

Install tool ----------------------------------------- Removal tool
Every kit I've ever used has an adapter that makes it a universal remove/install kit. You can rent them for free from Autozone/Advance.
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thanks i ended up using a 3/8 bolt with washer and nut and it worked


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Every kit I've ever used has an adapter that makes it a universal remove/install kit. You can rent them for free from Autozone/Advance.
What I posted was the tool that you could rent from AutoZone but instead of renting the tool I bought it from AutoZone for something like $12- $15 years ago.
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