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Old 03-06-2010   #1
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how do you take this sucker outt? i got 3 bolts that i can see but its not budging, what am i missing here anyone
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Old 03-06-2010   #2
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there is two annoying ones on the top of it that hold it onto the stupid bracket, I undid my ps pump and swung it outa the way to get at them. I think the others you can get from the bottom and they should be easy
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^ Correct, I had to swing the pump and hold it up to get at the top ones as well. Download the service manual from our downloads database if you want to see exact locations of the bolts.
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I agree, it's easier to get at bottom bolts from bottom of car (remove plastic undertray, which is what we did on my car). Then slacken powersteering belt and remove. Then slacken powersteering pump mounting bolts, remove to move powersteering pump out of the way (towards motor) to get at top mounting bracket bolts for aircon pump. It's more of a 2 person job (to do it quicker), as one person holds the powersteering pump while you remove mounting bolts and wiggle the aircon pump out past the powersteering pump, etc. It's easier to put aircon pump in than get it out. Also removing all intake piping helps.

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