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95 corolla harmonic balancer

Curt solved the heat issue.ty now the problem is the harmonic balancer.noticed it was wobbling.drove it a short distance and the pulley came off.now my question is can i just replace the rubber gasket that seems too be shot.or do i have to replace the whole harmonic balancer.if so any tips on the best way to remove it.i hear it is a pain to get the off.dont have any tools that a car mechanic would have.breaker bar etcc...just trying to save some money.curt ty for taking the time

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It's a pain to fix. U do have to replace the entire harmonic balancer. For a description of what is involved, go to autozone website, enter your vehicle info, click on products and how to, then the letter H for harmonic balancer. Good luck!!! Curt

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