Question about 1991 Honda Civic
I need to remove the crankshaft pully from a 1991 Honda civic. I can remove the pully itself easy enough but first I need to figure out how the heck to get the nut off. I have tried somewhat by putting a bolt through the pully itself and turning it till it stopped (on the oil pan lip) but I was scared I was going to damage the pan if I torqued to much on it. I am hoping that I don't have to go and buy a speciel tool for a one time job. And am hoping that someone can shed some light on how to go about it. It is a automatic also if that matters any.
Hi first off plz dont go buy that over priced tool!!!!! go down to your local parts store and buy u a hand held blow torch I know sounds crazy but just trust me just replaced a water pump on one i bought my fiance for $450. heat the bolt for about 5 mins or the time it takes to smoke a cig. the take a 17mm 6 sided socket and a breaker bar on it with a good side pipe on the end i used a 4 foot pipe so u can get some torque start slowly applying pressure so u dont snap off the head of bolt. if you snap the socket no big deal everyone now days has lifetime warranty but this way will take it off and not cost you a ton of money. if you need me to explain furthur just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
You need a special tool.
Powerbuilt 648796 Honda Crankcase Pulley Removal Tool
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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