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How do I remove a harmonic balancer engine pulley on a 2000 Grand Marquis?

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Do I have to reset the timing belt if I do this?


No you will not have to reset the timing belt. I would not use the rope down a spark plug hole as there would be a good chance of bending a valve or rod.
Find some way of stopping the engine from rotating at the fly wheel or flex plate.

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i dont think is your harmonic balancer that dont make any sound check all the pulleys cose to change the harmonic ba... you havto remove and change your crank pulley along with it

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How to change crankshaft sensor on 1999 grand price gt


To get to the sensor, the harmonic balancer pulley on the crankshaft has to be removed. The center bolt on the harmonic balancer is on very tight. To loosen without an impact wrench, remove starter motor and wedge a piece of wood against the flywheel, or use a pry bar and hold the ring gear on the flywheel rigid, while loosening the crank bolt. The engine will try to turn backward when you loosen the crank bolt, so you have to hold the flywheel rigid. Once the bolt is removed, see if you can get the harmonic balancer pulley off without a gear puller. Just try tapping it to see if it slides off, or use two screwdrivers on each side behind the pulley and see if you can start it sliding off. If it is on very tight, as many are, you will have to get hold of a harmonic balancer removal tool-a simple, inexpensive puller that bolts onto pulley and can be drawn off. You might be able to rent the tool too.
BTW, you will need to have the wheel removed from passenger side, and the inner fender cover removed to get to the crankshaft. Once the pulley is off you can unbolt the sensor and put the new one on. GM recommends using a sensor alignment tool to install, because the thin vanes on the back of the harmonic balancer pass through the sensor, and if not aligned right could damage one or the other. If you don't have the tool, put the sensor on loosely mounted, just snugged up finger tight, then test the pulley will slide through the sensor slots without touching either side of sensor. If it looks right, tighten down the sensor in place, install the harmonic balancer pulley and tighten the center crank bolt to about 105 foot pounds.
Wedge the flywheel again so the engine won't turn when tightening the crankshaft bolt.
Good luck, and hope you get it.

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Had my Harmonic Balancer replace now it shuts off after 10 mins of it being on


the garage may have did something to the crank position sensor that is located behind the harmonic balance. there is a ring gear there to for the timing

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I need the location of the harmonic balancer on my 2.2l Ecotec engine. Car is 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier LS.


CRANKSHAFT PULLEY IS THE HARMONIC BALANCER.YOU NEED THESE TOOLS TO REMOVE HARMONIC BALANCER, YOU NEED HARMONIC BALANCER REMOVER AND INSTALLER TOOL.YOU NEED A LARGE PIN SPANNER WRENCH TO HOLD HARMONIC BALANCER IN PLACE WHILE LOOSEN THE HARMONIC BALANCER BOLT.

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I am needing to replace the harmonic balancer on my 1997 jeep grand Cherokee. Will you please send me replacement instructions? Also, I would appreciate any helpful tips and a list of required tools. Thank...


first you will need to remove the belt. then you might have to remove the electric fan. (depending on what engine you have) then you will need remove the bolt from the harmonic balancer. i think its a 21 mm. then you need to get a harmonic balancer pulley puller. you can rent one at your local auto parts store. install the puller and remove the harmonic balancer. then put new one on by using the bolt. reinstall all components in reverse. this one is pretty easy to do. please rate thank you.

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My mother had the oil changed in her 1992 Mercury Marquis, only 62,000 miles and the mechanic says we need to fix the crank pulley wobble? I have never heard of this, can you tell me what he is talking...


HI. This can be a potentially damaging find. The actual pulley may be separating from the crank shaft, itself.

Your crank pulley is bolted directly onto the harmonic balancer. The bolt that holds the balancer to the engine block may be loose, or the balancer, itself, may be separating. This condition could also destroy your crankshaft, if not repaired, asap. Hopefully your crank shaft is in good condition, and the culprit will turn out to be just a simple loose pulley bolt. The repair cost could catapult to a higher rate if it turns out to be a crank shaft fault.

Have this potentially damaging condition inspected, asap.

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How do i replace the crankshaft position sensor on 2000 grand am gt?


The V6 engine uses two seperate crankshaft sensors to provide two different types of signals. The 24X sensor is mounted behind the harmonic balancer, or crank pulley. This input generates 24 pulses per engine revolution.
The second crankshaft sensor is a 7X sensor that is located on the center rear area of the engine block. As the name implies, it produce 7 pulses per engine revolution.
Good Luck

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How do i put a harmonic balance on a 1997 dodge caravan 3.0 engine


first step is to remove the serpintine belt remember which way it comes off or sometimes theres a sticker under hood that tells u the belt routing. next jack up passengerside of vehicle remove the tire inside the wheel well theres some plastic that wil have to be removed some cases its already gone if so u will be able to see the harmonic balancer its the very bottom pulley with about a 15/16 bolt in the center of the pulley. remove it note that bolt is torqued very tight the best way is to have access to an impact gun. once bolt is removed u will need a harmonic balancer puller . not if ur worried on how it goes back together theres is on 1 way that it goes back on the pulley will have a notch on it and the crank shaft with a half moon key way. install in revers order.

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