My FJ60 has a 5.7l V8 TBI from a 1990 Chevy K1500. Long story short. I'm trying to remove the drivers side exhaust manifold. But the forward most bolt is wedged behind and anchors a bracket that holds the back of the power steering/alternator. I can't figure out how to remove it without removing the entire power steering/alternator assembly. Which looks it requires removal of the power steering pulley to get at all the mounting bolts. I tried removing the pully with a vise grip and allen wrench but it's not moving. I understand it's a pressure fiting and may require a gear puller. I don't want to remove the power steering but I just can't see any other way. What is the solution? Short story long: While replacing the sealer ring between the manifold and exhaust pipe the mechanic managed to crack one of the flange corners off of the exhaust manifold leaving a hole in the exhaust. I decided I didn't want them working on my TLC any more so I found a new center dump manifold. But in the process of trying to remove the old manifold there's one bolt that is the fartest forward that I just can't figure out how to remove without removing the entire bracket that holds the alternator and power steering unit. This forward manifold bolt also holds a bracket that holds the back of the power steering and alternator. The bracket would come right off but at the bottom of the power steering unit there's bolt holding the lowest point of the bracket. That bolt is wedged in there and hits the engine before it's completely out. The mounting bolt holding the front cast bracket is behind the power steering unit. The mounting bolts to the power steering unit are behind the pully and I can't get at them without removing the pulley. I tried unscrewing the pully but it won't budge - I don't want to break it out since I understand it's a pressure fitting. Dont' want to go through all this if there's an easier way. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanx.