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1994 gmc: power steering pump..the bolts out does the pulley..Dave

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Hi I need to take power steering pump off a 1994 gmc k1500 350ci the pulley has no holes for a socket to go through to get the bolts out does the pulley have to come off and how? Thanks,Dave
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: GM
Expert:  Jerry replied 7 years ago.

Hello and welcome to Just, Super mechanic here. About your vehicle.


Yes the pulley has to come off first. There is a tool for that, (as well as putting it back on) that you can normally borrow from Autozone. Here is the procedure.



















  • J 25034-B Puller
  • J 25033-B Pulley Installer


  • Place a drain pan below the pump.
  1. Hoses. Cap the hoses.
  2. Unload the tensioner assembly.
  3. Belt.
  4. Pulley (35).
    • Install J 25034-B. Be sure the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the nut to the top of the pilot bolt.
    • Hold the pilot bolt.
    • Turn the nut counterclockwise.
  1. Front mounting bolts (36).
  2. Pump (33).


  1. Pump (33).
  2. Mounting bolts (36). TIGHTEN
    • Bolts to 50 Nm (37 lbs. ft.) .
  1. Brace (38). TIGHTEN
    • Nut (40) to 50 Nm (37 lbs. ft.).
    • Bolt to 33 Nm (24 lbs. ft.).
  1. Pulley
    • Place pulley on the end of the pump shaft.
    • Install J 25033-B. Be sure the pilot bolt bottoms in the shaft by turning the nut to the top of the pilot bolt.
    • Hold the pilot bolt.
    • Turn the nut clockwise.
    • Install pulley flush ±0.25 mm (0.010 in.) with the end of the power steering pump shaft.

NOTICE: Do not use arbor press or Internal damage to the pump will result.

  1. Belt.
  2. Load the tensioner assembly.
  3. Hoses.
    • Fill and bleed the system.


  • Hoses for clearance.


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