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96 Buick PA Trying to replace the crank position sensor got the belt off the pulleys...problem is im stuck on the vibration damper bolt. Can't seem to budge it with a breaker 3 or 4 ext or a 230b air impact wrench. What is my next step?? Can I remove this crank sensor somehow without taking the damper pulley off??

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    I've got the pulley removed, but can't loosen the bolt holding the damper. I've tried an impact wrench - doesn't budge. Also tried locking in one of the pulley bolts with a box wrench wedged against the frame and a breaker bar on the damper bolt. What am I doing wrong?

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No the damper is part of your crank trigger. you can try to heat the bolt then try to take it off. good luck. Phil.

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