1999 Chevrolet Venture Q&A

1999 Chevrolet Venture Question: replacing water pump

how do i separate the pulley shaft from the pump assembly? there are four bolts on the pulley, do i need a pulley puller? my engine is a 3.4 -
Answer 1
Once the water pump is removed, Remove the four bolts from the pulley and wiggle it loose -
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