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Old 04-11-2006, 11:28 PM   #1
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How do you get the pulley off a M62? What tools are needed. Thanks Dennis.
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Old junker belt and large channel-locks or vice grips. Hold the pulley still using the belt on the pulley to protect it, and the pliers.

Loosen the nut.

Now use a 3-jaw puller (you may have to remove your coolant reservior depending on the length of the puller) to remove the pulley.
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is there 2 nuts holding it on or just the first big nut.
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One nut. The left one.

The other hex you see is in the pulley itself. Ignore it, it'* only there to tease you.

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Ok thank you. That helps alot.
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If Wren suggests a big hammer...ignore him.

When you pull it off...be wary there is a key underneath that might try to take off. I find a hand under while using the other to remove the pulley that last 1/2 inch works well.
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