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Question power steering pump removal

UNCLE!!!!!! How do I get this thing off? I have all the bolts removed. Arrow 1 is as far left as I can go (I've removed the spacer inside the sleeve). 2) Is that a spacer that needs to be removed or is it part of the bracket? The manual says to swivel the pump up and remove the spacer from below, but i don't see another spacer anywhere....

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the spacer/bushing by arrow number two can be punched out with a screwdriver or punch and a hammer towards the front the car. Once it gets moving it slides out real easy.
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I tried prying that thing out but it wouldn't budge.. I'll give it another whack....thanks!!!!!!
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Ok, I got it.....geeeeez, what a PITA!!!
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no, a PITA is not knowing how to get it out and having someone who is willing to pay $25 for the two sided screw. The first time I did it I used a grinder to cut through the brass bushing, now i know better...

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