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FOR FIXING THE CRANK SHAFT PULLY WHICH BOLT IS FIX SMALL OR BIG

I FOUND THE PULLY FIXED WHITH THE SIX SMALL BOLTS ONLY AND THE MAIN BIG BOLT NOT FIX THE PULLY ITIS ONLY PASS THROUGH THE PULLY AND THERE IS NO WASHER IS IT CORECT LIKE THIS?

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    need more clear explanitation

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The large bolt holds on the lower crankshaft pulley for timing belt, the six small bolts hold the larger pulley that drive the alternator, power steering etc. It sounds correct.

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