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How can i remove the crankshaft of my toyota corolla 04?

Im having problems with the engine of my corolla 04 and i have to remove the crankshaft and don t know how pls help me thank you!

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This is an Expert job. It takes lots of tools and room, along with a lift an engine lift and an Engine Stand, all of which are expensive tools if you were to do this yourself with instructions you would be looking at 2-3 times the cost of a new engine for the car. A Dealer or Authorized Toyota Mechanic would be able to point you in the right direction if the Crankshaft is the actual problem.

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BRING IT TO THE DEALER!!!! DO NOT TRY THIS YOURSELF.. YOU WILL BE SORRY

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