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REMOVE PULLEY off of the PS Pump??

I've been getting a buzzing in the brake pedal when at a stop light and after a lot of looking, I noticed that the bracket holding the PS Pump and Alternator has a crack in it right where the PS pump is.

A replacement bracket finally came in and I checked the 2001 7.3L to see what's what and....well, that pulley on the PS pump has me baffled. It looks perfectly round, so it isn't a nut holding it on.

What's the trick to getting that pulley off the PS pump????

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might have to rent a puller.
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go to autozone and rent a puller. its pita but it will come off.
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Press fit, then? Is there a key there, too? Sun was too bright to see much today.

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No key way just round shaft. puller and installer comes in one kit.
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No key way just round shaft. puller and installer comes in one kit.
correcto....just did mine
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