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Old 02-12-2011, 09:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to reseal leaking pump. My question is how much force is needed to seperate the gear from the shaft? I'm using a steering wheel puller and I can't get the bolts in perfectly straight due to the puller slots not coming in far enough I ended up bending the bolts on the puller and still the gears not separated. Any ideas?
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Old 02-13-2011, 02:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nonone has ever removed a pump before?
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Old 02-13-2011, 06:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You need to get the bolts strait. I did it's with a homemade steering wheel puller.
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Was a alot of force required to separate the 2 I just don't want to break anything.
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Quite a bit of force. I thought I was going to twist of the bolts on my puller. Get some force on it then tap it with a hammer.
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Thanks man I got it off. I got the bolts a little tighter on the puller and used my long handle 12mm it popped right off. Appreciate your help.
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There are holes in the gear that so-happen to be threaded. Those threads so-happen to be the same as bolts that are elsewhere on the engine; I think that the bolts that hold the pump on have those threads, if not then I think that the bolts that hold the air horn onto the heater grids do.

Once you have all the lines disconnected from the pump, have disconnected the three bolts that hold the pump to the timing cover and unbolt the pump support bracket from the back of the pump, thread bolts into the two threaded holes on the gear. They will thread through the gear and hit the timing cover; unless it's stuck on more than usual, the gear will pop off easily as you continue to tighten the bolts.
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There are holes in the gear that so-happen to be threaded. Those threads so-happen to be the same as bolts that are elsewhere on the engine; I think that the bolts that hold the pump on have those threads, if not then I think that the bolts that hold the air horn onto the heater grids do.

Once you have all the lines disconnected from the pump, have disconnected the three bolts that hold the pump to the timing cover and unbolt the pump support bracket from the back of the pump, thread bolts into the two threaded holes on the gear. They will thread through the gear and hit the timing cover; unless it's stuck on more than usual, the gear will pop off easily as you continue to tighten the bolts.
Are you saying that you can remove the gear without a puller? By just threading the bolts through the gear against the back of the timing housing?
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