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Old 02-05-2003, 05:20 PM
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The pulley and clutch assembly is easily replaced if that's all that is bad. You should see if the inner part of the clutch (the part the pulley turns when the clutch is applied) is spinning freely. If it isn't, then a seized pump is what ruined the pulley and clutch assembly. If it spins freely, then the clutch bearing is what failed, and the pulley and clutch assembly should be replaced.

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