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95 Olds 88 3.8

How do I remove the vibration dampening pulley so I can replace the crankshaft position sensor, my Haynes manual says that after I remove the bolt it should slide right off by hand but it doesn't. I picked up a harmonic-balancer pulley remover to try and remove it but it wouldn't fit.

I have tried replacing the fuel pump, fuel sending unit, fuel filter, fuel pressure regulator, throttle body positioning sensor, spark plugs to try and keep this thing running but still wants to die on me. about ready to take sledgehammer to it and put it out of my misery.

Any help would be greatly appreaciated.

Jeff

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You should be able to find a puller that will fit your application. A puller is the safest way to get these off without damage.

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Can help with the pully but the dying i might be able to help! (check your idle control valve)

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