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Re: Pulley Armature SNAPPED OFF! How do i fix this (image link)
Posted by TomL (more from TomL) on Tue, 10 Apr 2018 21:00:59
In Reply to: Re: Pulley Armature SNAPPED OFF! How do i fix this (image link), SWEDECAR [Profile/Gallery]
, Tue, 10 Apr 2018 17:21:00
Ah, Anders! Thank you. Funny story but i bought this car in 2005 in hermosa beach and drove it back home all the way to portland, but the funny part is the guy i bought it from said you were his mechanic so actually this is a car you've touched albeit 15 years ago!
So yeh the pictures of the part number look about right! Two questions: can you tell me which part number split is right for my VIN ??
Should I attempt to re use the pulley from my old bracket? or do new brackets come with that pulley already to go?
Lastly, is the R&R easy enough? Or medium or difficult? Thanks Anders!
attached is the other pic from under my hood (the bright 'white' is the snapped other half of the bracket...
posted by 75.164.162...
other half of bracket
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