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How to change AC Clutch/Pulley on GM 350 1992

Can some give instructions on how to change AC Compressor clutch/Pulley on 1992 chevy truck 350 v8. Thanks

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Go to your parts store and buy the clutch /pulley removal and installation tools...they are made by OTC. Follow the directions that come with the tools.
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I purchased one from Advance Auto (no instructions with it.) I have the clutch off but the pulley is a different story. There is a snap ring down at the bottom of pulley and was a pain to get out. It looks as if the pulley bearing is pressed on. Thanks.

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