car repairs


Question by  Martha (43)

How do I remove an engine pulley system on my car?

I have an Eagle Talon.


Answer by  Jenny30 (161)

First you will have to determine which pulley type you have. Some pulleys are pressed on and some are bolted on. IF you have a pressed on pulley you have to remove the pulley using a puller.


Answer by  69nova (389)

Without knowing which pulley(s) you are speaking of will make a lot of difference.Most pulley's will simply unbolt off of a Talon.The only pulley I can think that might give you a problem will be the power steering.It may require a power steering puller to remove it.You can usually loan or purchase one from most auto parts stores.


Answer by  worker8388 (994)

Remove the driver belt first. Find the idler pulley from the pulley systtem. Using hand wrench remove the bolt and pulley. Apply counterclockwise direction. can replace pulley by reversing procedures.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Depending on your engine it can vary a little bit. Typically you just loosen to relieve the tension and remove the belts from the pullies. If it is a serpentine system there should only be one large drive belt. Then you go back and unbolt each pulley from the accessories.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

The engine pulleys should simply come off after you remove the bolts. Some may be press fit though, requiring a special pulling tool available at most automotive parts stores.


Answer by  rookie105 (823)

you need to get a wheel puller and that will help you get the pullies of without bending them or damamging the channels


Answer by  japratt (1687)

To remove the engine pulley you will first need to locate the engine. Once located, you can remove the pulley located near it.

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