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Old 01-17-2015, 05:00 PM   #1
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Crank Pulley removal

Do anybody out there know which direction the to turn the crank pulley bolt to loosen the Bolt? I'm trying to change the crank positioning sensor and the cam positioning sensor. I have changed the knock sensor. But just can't remove or break the crankshaft pulley bolt. Help!!!!!!
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Re: Crank Pulley removal

Righty tighty, lefty loosey, just like any other normal bolt.
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Re: Crank Pulley removal

probably going to take air tools to get it off
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probably going to take air tools to get it off
I've done it without air tools many times. I even did it with no one holding the brake. I used a large screwdriver, or a pry bar, and slid it into the rotor vane and let it jam against the brake caliper bracket before applying muscle to break it loose.

Also I used a few extensions to get the breaker bar out past the fender to be able to apply the most amount of force.
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Thank you guys for the advise. I'll try those methods.
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