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Old 07-12-2008, 02:12 PM
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Any sort of schematic or information would be of great help.
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The information is in the "Air Condition System" Page 133 section of the service manual. I'll post the section for you in a moment.

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I know I tried to pull the clutch plate off of the compressor using most any means prior to getting the recommended tool and had no luck at all. Some people say once the bolt is removed, theirs came off rather easy. If you can get the plate off, the pulley should be a piece of cake assuming you have a pulley puller small enough to take it off (if it's still on the car). If you have the compressor off, getting the pulley off with any pulley puller would be easy. If I remember, this is also where the snap ring is that has to be removed.
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