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Special bolt on the crankshaft pully on 1990 acura integra

Im trying to replace the timing belt on my 1990 integra the break down print out says there is a special bolt holding the crankshaft what is the special bolt

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It should be a hex bead bolt. Nothing really special about the. If its a bolt that is torqued then tightened to a specific angle then you need to replace it when doing the work.

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bro., what do you mean in the crankshaft? just go to pick n pull and put it in your pocket and walk out.

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Ok, you will need a 10 mm socket and extension and a 14 and 15 mm wrench. One of the "idler" pullies is actualy an adjustable tension pully. loosen the center nut on the pully, and then begin loosening the 10 mm bolt from above. as you loosen it, the pully will drop, and soon enough you can slip the belt off.
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