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i have to put a new gasket, the orignal one is leaking. is it easy to remove the crank timing belt sprocket on bottom? and after i remove all the bolts that hold it on , do i have to pry it off (aluminum) or hit it somehow to separate it from the eng block?
 

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Usually I've heard of people using a gear puller to pull them off.
 

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its really not that hard...there are little pry point on there...just use a small flat head and top it a little with a rubber mallet....then kinda pry it off. Yes you have to remove everything from the bottom. I would remove the top cover and as well and make sure the timing stays on point.
 

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Your question is regarding oil pump removal, but the content is regarding crankshaft sprocket removal. You can remove crankshaft sprocket with your hands. Just wiggle around and it will come out. There is a procedure to remove oil pump from Hyundai service web site.
 

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