Question about Toyota Sienna
Removal of crankshaft pulley bolt
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put a jack under the engine. Loosen the upper engine mount bolts and lower the engine until you have enough clearance.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: do 4runners crank pulleys go bad
Yes, in most cases you can. The crankshaft pulley is bolted to the front of the crank shaft by either 1 large bolt and thick washer, or by 4 small bolts around the edge of inside of the pulley, depending on model.
Remove all belts that are driven by the crankshaft pully and then grasp the pully to see if it is loose in some way.
To remove the large bolt(if that's what you have), will require the use of a strap wrench which can be gotten for the free loan-A-tool from Autozone.
Only if the end of the crankshaft was damaged in some way would you have to replace the crankshaft.
If you would like to contact me again about this or other problems, feel free to do so.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2008
You will have to brace the crankshaft somehow, either by way of the flywheel, or the pulley. The trick to getting the bolt to break is "heat". Propane will sometimes work, but it's generally not hot enough. You want to get that bolt glowing if you can, and hit it with air impact then. Be careful not to burn yourself!
I hope this helps you, and I wish you luck on your repair.
Posted on May 12, 2009
GET A 3 SPOKE PULLEY EXTRACTOR AND SCREW IN THE BOLT BUT IN THE CRANKSHAFT HOLE PUT A MUCH SMALLER SCEW SO YOU WOUNT MESS THE INSIDE UP
Posted on May 26, 2010
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