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Crank Pully I am working on a 1996 acura tl 2.5 how do I get this crank pully bolt broke loose.

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You may need to get a special crank pulley tool for Honda/Acura. Or you can use an old crank pulley belt and hold it down with a small monkey wrench or something. Then crack the nut counter-clock wise.

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