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Loosen exhaust system at each end of muffler and remove muffler heat shield to get at compressor assembly. Disconnect air lines and electrical wiring, remove inlet filter from underbody mounting, two bracket screws attaching compressor mounting bracket to suspension, and then remove compressor and bracket assembly toward the rear of the car next to exhaust pipe.
This is a difficult situation,without the crank pulley remover you are in for a ordeal,is there any auto shop or parts store that can rent you one out?Other than that you can try a punch driver and a hammer and see if you can work its way out, but mind you need to be real careful you dont damage the crank pulley.
Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section.
Remove or disconnect the following:
Timing belt cover
Rotate the crankshaft in the engine rotation direction, clockwise using the J 42098 or other suitable tool until the # 1 cylinder is at Top Dead Center (TDC) on the compression stroke. The reference marks on the camshaft gears should be aligned with the corresponding notches on the rear timing belt cover, as well as the mark on the crankshaft sprocket and oil pump housing.
Timing marks 60 degrees from TDC
Rotate the crankshaft counter clockwise using the J 42098 or other suitable tool until 60 degrees Before Top Dead Center (BTDC). The 60 degrees BTDC point can be identified by the index mark on the oil pump cover.
Using the J 42069-10 or other suitable tool
Install the J 42069-10 or other suitable tool to the crankshaft sprocket with the knurled bolt.
Rotate the crankshaft in the engine rotational direction, clockwise using the J 42098 until the lever of the J 42069-10 or other suitable tool firmly contacts the water pump pulley flange. The # 1 cylinder is at TDC at this point.
Secure the moveable lever of the tool to the water pump pulley flange.
Tools in cam gears
Install the J 42069-1 and the J 42069-2 or other suitable tools to the camshaft gears. If the J 42069-1 or the J 42069-2 or other suitable tools do not fit into the teeth of the camshaft gears, it may be necessary to loosen the upper idler pulley and turn the eccentric or camshaft gears until the tool can be inserted.
Loosen the timing belt tensioner nut.
Loosen the upper idler pulley bolt.
Remove or disconnect the following:
Lower idler pulley bolt
Lower idler pulley and spacer
J 42069-10 or other suitable tool from the crankshaft sprocket
WARNING After timing belt is removed, never turn camshaft and crankshaft independently. Do not remove J 42069-1 and the J 42069-2 or other suitable tools while the belt is removed.
Hello. The most likely cause of your problem is that the heater/AC relay is on it's last legs. This easy to change. Go to any auto parts store to obtain the part, and ask them to show you where it is located [under the dash]. Then just unplug the old and plug in the new. Regards, Joe
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