Smog pump pulley is impossible to find...

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  1. FortyFiveAuto

    FortyFiveAuto New Member

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    I'm in an emissions county, so I got a new smog pump after removing my old, frozen shut one.

    The problem is that the stock pulley is damaged from an old drive belt slipping over it and heating it up.

    I checked Napa, AutoZone, O'Reilly, and Advance and all of them were stumped. They all had the pump itself, just not the pulley.

    What should I try? Contact Ford directly? Junkyards are such crapshoots here. The part number is F4ZE-9C480.
     
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    Thanks for the links, but I wasn't happy with the prices.

    Went down to my local Ford place. They found me a new one for $40.
     
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    Haha, yeah I thought I'd catch some shit for that. :)

    It was $37 and tax. Just thought I'd give a heads up for anyone else dumb enough to put a smog pump back on, although even Ford said they were NOS and almost out of them.
     
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    My brother-in-law is from Denver... much too liberal of a state for me... I'll stick around Indiana, where we have none of that emissions BS.