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Is the crankshaft pulley aright or left handed thread

1998 ford ranger 2.5L 2wd. I'm replacing the timing belt and need to know if the crankshaft pulley is right or left handed thread.

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The bolt in the middle is usually counterclockwise. Standard thread removal.

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Remove or disconnect the following:
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  • Right front wheel
  • Right fender splash shield
  • Accessory drive belt
NOTE The crankshaft pulley retainer has left-hand threads.

  • Crankshaft pulley
  • Alternator harness connectors
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Remove the crankshaft pulley to provide clearance—2002–04 3.0L


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    • Alternator harness connectors
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    • Crankshaft pulley and tighten to 74 ft. lbs. (100 Nm)
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    • Right front wheel
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93 ford ranger need to remove crankshaft hub to change timing belt.I need to know type and direction of threads of bolt and any other information you can share on this issue.thks


You do not have to remove the harmonic balancer pulley (crackshaft hub) to change your timing belt.

Find your belt tensioner. It will look like this: http://www.bizrate.com/automotive-parts/oid1040178522.html
You put a socket on the head of the bolt that is holding the pulley on the tensioner, and pull it to the left. That will pull the pulley away from the belt so you can remove the belt. The tensioner is under spring tension, so when you release, it will snap back.

You might consider investing in a repair manual available at most auto parts stores for under $20.

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