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I have done all of the steps to remove the old one and have removed everything. But I cannot get the pulley back on. Do I need to use a press? I have tried 2 different one's and still cannot get it on. But I was able to get the coil on. Thanks cb
 

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The pulley / hub bearing assy should just slip on. At least that is what I have found when doing compressor repairs on many different cars / engines. Are you 100% sure you have the correct pulley assy? Might want to use an inside mic and check the new vs old bearing inner diameter. If it almost goes on, you can try putting the pulley assy in the oven @ 150 deg or so to expand the bearing ID a little to get it to go on easier.
 
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