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Miicha
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Miicha May 11, 5:03pm - #176577 

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AEM Pulley Install

How much would it cost for someone to install an AEM pulley in my 2002 GT?
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imp May 11, 5:06pm - #176578 
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I think it's pretty easy to do it yourself

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Gen7fan May 11, 6:05pm - #176579 
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$60 to $100 would be my guess, any where from an half hour to an hour depending on the shop. I would not try to do that myself, unless you have access to a garage with all the fixins. Where talkin impact wrench here.
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SmutasticGT May 11, 6:15pm - #176580 

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take it to a shop...should not be too much at all smile
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Erick May 11, 6:27pm - #176581 

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a shop indeed you'll be needing that impact wrench from what I've been reading from previous installs/posts thumbsup

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spaztikid May 11, 6:31pm - #176582 
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its cake... just remove the alternator and swap the pullies...

but you do need an impact wrench
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Miicha May 11, 6:54pm - #176583 

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So has anyone had this done at a shop?
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Illusive May 11, 6:59pm - #176584 
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you need impact wrench or air tools,

i've done mine a few times longest part is pulling the alternator out.

its not hard at all however.

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Miicha May 11, 7:07pm - #176585 

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I do not have an impact wrench or air power tools...I am do not want to mess up my car and i am not car literate. That is the reason y Im asking.
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Gen7fan May 11, 7:34pm - #176586 
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Originally Posted by Miicha
I do not have an impact wrench or air power tools...I am do not want to mess up my car and i am not car literate. That is the reason y Im asking.



Then forget the DIY, see my post above, call some local trusted shops and get some quotes. spineyes
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tru_Asiatik_Pride May 11, 8:01pm - #176587 

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Originally Posted by Miicha
So has anyone had this done at a shop?

paid $30 for mine it took about half an hour...
shop around thumbsup
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EuRoBoYGT May 11, 9:48pm - #176588 

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i say 30-35 but just do it ur self thumbsup

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Miicha May 11, 10:42pm - #176589 

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ThX everyone wave
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slidr May 11, 10:55pm - #176590 

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You can still do it yourself. I have a 75 lb. impact wrench, and I couldn't get the stock pulley off, so I just took it to an Autozone and they used some shitty electric impact wrench to take it off. They even put the new one back on for me.

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BAC Jun 4, 3:30am - #176591 

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i had mine installed for $20 bucks...cheapest so far well besides those who did it themselves... thumbsup
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LamarVannoy Jun 4, 12:48pm - #176592 
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Make sure your socket/wrench seats properly on the lower alternator bolt. There is another pulley right there that can be in the way. Mine wouldn't budge and I ended up rounding it off.
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