Worst issue was removing and installing the alternator itself. The ease of removing the old and installing the new pulley depended upon air tools. Don't attempt the replacement without an impact gun, it would be impossible. The impact needs to be zippy, fast on the first squeeze of the trigger, that's the only time you can get movement as the pulley free spins. I would say if you are able to get the alternator out of the car, you should have no problem installing the new pulley onto it. The instructions are clear and included with the pulley.