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Removal of the bottm pully

Trying to remove the water pump and have pulled off everything except the bottom pully. i can't stop motor from turning to loosen the pully bolt.

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Put the car in gear, wheels on floor,bolt has normal thread,last one i did some idiot tighten with impact wrech,had to use 3ft 3/4"breaker bar to undo and still a struggle and then a puller to withdraw pulley as it was overtightened

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You can also put a breaker bar and socket on the bolt. after you have disabled spark, you can simply rest it against the lower control arm and tap the starter on. this should break it loose for you. spec is 80 ft. lbs.

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You will need to use an impact wrench....also make sure it is not reverse threaded

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You Have to hold the pulley the bolt is very tight we use impact wrenches can you rent or borrow one ,

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