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Timmingbelt on a 95 honda accord wagon with 16valve

The pulley nut will not come off,how do we get it off,to replace the timmingbelt?is there another way to put the belt on????????????
WE HAVE TRIED BOTH WAYS ON THE BOLT

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I had to put enough extensions on my socket to get the breaker bar outside the fender. Place a 2 x 4 on its end right under the breaker bar and the end of the extensions, place a very large cheater pipe on the breaker bar and grunt like a big dog. I thought mine would never break free. Also, I had my son hold a pry bar in the flywheel to keep it from spinning. I broke several screwdrivers trying this, but the prybar did it fine.

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It loosens counter clockwise (normal thread), but it takes about 450lbs to loosen, then use the proper puller to pull that pulley or risk ruining the crankshaft. 1 note 450 LBS is a hi qyuality (like snap-on or mac tools) half inch ratchet with a large cheater pipe on it

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