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On a montero sport harmonic balancer is ther a rubber type washer that goes between the harmonic balancer and the crankshaft?

2000 montero sport. I had the harmonic balancer replaced and I guess they did not tighten the bolt tight enough or they stripped it out because it became loose and I could loosen the bolt by hand. The bolt is damaged and I need to know if I need to replace everything or just the bolt and possibly washer if needed.

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SOURCE: 1993 Geo Prizm Lsi Harmonic Balancer

Yes a harmanic balancer from tha corolla is the same thing. I had to do the same thing with my 95 geo. It works out to be a lot cheaper buying for a toyota than a geo.

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Removing harmonic balancer & replacing crankshaft sensor

The bolt is right hand thread. I do believe it is adjustable. But you can readjust it if needed after the balance is installed from the bottom.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: front crankshaft seal, 1989 hilux

Hello,

Yes, it's possible to change the seal after removing the balancer.
If the balancer shows signs of scratching, wear at the place of the seal, change that part too!

To remove the old seal, drill 2 small opposite holes in the seal flange ( there is metal in it ).
Screw 2 (parker) screws in the holes, so you can pull the seal out gently.
Grease the new seals' inner race, and put some sealant paste to the external race.
Push it back in place with a wooden piece ( drill a hole in the center for the crankshaft end )
Grease the outher race of the balancer. This will help the seal come gently into place.

Good luck!

Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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SOURCE: replacing harmonic balancer and crankshaft sensor on 1992 Olds 88

The bolt is a right hand thread. And the sensor is not adjustable. It is a straight forward install.

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

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