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REMOVE CRANKSHAFT hey guys can anyone help, cant remove crankshaft bolt on tooooooo tight please help , thank u

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If you are talking about the harmonic balancer pulley bolt it will be done up to around 195 ft/lb torque. It is best to use a 1/2 '' impact gun to remove the bolt.

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SOURCE: inner crankshaft pulley moves 1/4 '' in and out

i think you need a new harmonic balancer. good luck.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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SOURCE: how to remove the counter balance gear on the crankshaft

The best advice is to have it pressed off and then pressed on to the other shaft. Hitting it WILL damage the gear.

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Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a problem removing the bolt of the damper

you usually need an impact gun,but....with the right amount or extension to clear the fender,you can use 1/2 drive breaker bar and a piece of pipe for leverage this bolt is torqued tight for a reason so even if you get it off, after the job is done it would be a good idea to take it to a mechanic and ask the nicely to tighten the crank bolt with a impact gun.have a good day DB

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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SOURCE: front crankshaft seal, 1989 hilux

Hello,

Yes, it's possible to change the seal after removing the balancer.
If the balancer shows signs of scratching, wear at the place of the seal, change that part too!

To remove the old seal, drill 2 small opposite holes in the seal flange ( there is metal in it ).
Screw 2 (parker) screws in the holes, so you can pull the seal out gently.
Grease the new seals' inner race, and put some sealant paste to the external race.
Push it back in place with a wooden piece ( drill a hole in the center for the crankshaft end )
Grease the outher race of the balancer. This will help the seal come gently into place.

Good luck!

Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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SOURCE: how to remove crankshaft pulley

After removing the center bolt, you need to install a puller to remove this pulley. I have posted a picture to demonstrate how this is done. Sometimes you can rent one from a parts store, or even buy one, as they aren't too expensive.
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How do you remove the crankshaft dumper pully?


Published: 11-May-2011
Engine - V8 4.4L Petrol - Crankshaft Pulley
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303-893(LRT-12-080)
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303-191-03
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    For additional information, refer to: Specifications (414-00 Battery and Charging System - General Information, Specifications).
  1. WARNING: Do not work on or under a vehicle supported only by a jack. Always support the vehicle on safety stands. Raise and support the vehicle.
  1. Remove the accessory drive belt.
    For additional information, refer to: Accessory Drive Belt (303-05B Accessory Drive - V8 4.4L Petrol, Removal and Installation).

  1. Remove the cooling fan shroud.
    • Release 2 clips from the cooling fan lower shroud.
    • Release and remove the cooling fan lower shroud from the cooling pack.

  1. Using the special tools, retain the crankshaft pulley.
  1. CAUTION: Under no circumstances should the crankshaft setting peg, 303-645, be used in the following operations, to restrain the crankshaft. NOTE: The crankshaft pulley retaining bolt will be very tight.
    Remove the crankshaft pulley retaining bolt.
    • Discard the bolt.
  1. Remove the special tools.

  1. Using the special tools, remove the crankshaft pulley.
    • Collect the locking ring.
  1. Remove the special tools from the crankshaft pulley.

  1. Using the special tool, remove the crankshaft front seal.
    • Remove the outer section of the seal.
    • Repeat the process to remove the inner section of seal.
  1. Check the crankshaft damper pulley and locking ring for damage.
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  1. Clean all the crankshaft pulley mating faces.

  1. Using the special tools, install the crankshaft front seal.
    • Lubricate the seal with clean engine oil.
    • Use the discarded crankshaft bolt with the service tool.
  1. Install the crankshaft pulley.
    • Lubricate the seal with clean engine oil.
  1. Install the crankshaft pulley locking ring.
  1. CAUTION: The screw thread in the crankshaft pulley must be cleaned out before installing a new crankshaft pulley bolt. Install, but do not tighten, the new crankshaft pulley bolt.
  1. CAUTION: Under no circumstances should the crankshaft setting peg, 303-645, be used in the following operations, to restrain the crankshaft. Using the special tools, retain the crankshaft pulley.
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Cant loosen the bolt on the harminic balancer pulley


no engine stated, so any help will be wrong, !!!!!!
V6? we cant open hood and look, so we are blind as bats. here.

bad input nets bad output , just like a computer.

i dont think its LHT. left hand treads.
its either rusty,
or last guy used red loctite and needs 300F heat to get IT, soft.
or your not trying up to 150fl-lbs of reverse torque.
my damper is at 100/ft/lbs
and will take way more to break free (no locktite)
my guess 2 is this is a slush pump car, a A/T tranny?
and as such , you cant lock the M/t in 5th gear?
sure, and the FSM shows what to do , to get it off for A/Ts
some engines, have special tool.
and or a pulley locking device. (home made works, made many)
some guys just use impact gun and strip the treads out of the crank
and the new FSMs all say, (DONT DO THAT, exactly)
in a shop the dork that does that , just calls you and say, hey buddy
your crankshaft is wrecked, (dont let them touch your engine)

btw l, read the fsm.
and all words for the UNSAID actions you are taking.
here is one , just to scare you.
quotes.
Reprogram the crankshaft position (CKP) pattern. Run the engine until the operating temperature reaches 176 degree. With the engine stopped clear the CKP pattern. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Turn the ignition switch ON and wait thirty seconds.
Check PULSAR F/B LEARN in the data list with the HDS. If not complete repeat the procedure. If complete, road test the vehicle on a level surface. Decelerate the engine speed of 5000 rpm to 3000 rpm. If equipped with automatic transaxle use two Drive positions. If equipped with manual transaxle use first gear.
see, may be the stuck bolt is a blessing,


here i will quote the pulley page for the 3.0L
just to show what a pain A/T cars are. (unsaid tranny )

  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the right front wheel.
  3. Remove the splash shield.
  4. Remove the drive belt.
  5. Hold the pulley with the holder handle (A) and holder attachment (B).
  6. Remove the bolt with a heavy duty 19 mm socket (C) and breaker bar, then remove the crankshaft pulley.
7- clean the crankshaft pulleys (A), crankshaft (B), bolt (C), and washer (D). Lubricate with new engine oil as shown.
Install the crankshaft pulley, and tighten the bolt, as follows. Do not use an impact wrench.
  • Hold the pulley with the holder handle (A) and holder attachment (B), then tighten the bolt to 47 ft. lbs. (64 Nm) with a torque wrench and 19 mm socket (C)
  • Mark (D) the bolt head and crankshaft pulley as shown, then tighten the bolt an additional 60 ? (The mark on the bolt head should line up with the mark on the crankshaft pulley)

  1. Install the drive belt.
  2. Install the splash shield.
  3. Install the right front wheel.

note carefully this bolt is not set to a final torque,
it uses base plus angle.
id use a new bolt. (im savvy and hate buying new crank shafts)

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How to position the timing belt crank shafts of 1997 mazda mpv


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Hi,
The sensor is located to the right of the crankshaft behind the vibration dampner (harmonic balancer). You will need a balancer puller and a special tool to space the new sensor correctly.
(can be done also with eye spacing, but the tool is recommended to ensure proper spacing as to prevent damage to new sensor and / or harmonic balancer.) You will also need a strap wrench to hold balancer pulley in place while removing and re-installing balancer to crankshaft bolt. (helper required)

Procedure for replacement:
Remove negative battery cable.
Set parking (emergency) brake.
Release tension on serpentine drive belt and remove belt from harmonic balancer pulley. ( large pulley at bottom of engine)
Break loose lug nuts on passenger side front tire, do not remove bolts yet.
Raise and support vehicle on passenger side, remove wheel.
Remove plastic splash guard (cover) from passenger side wheel well.
Remove dampner / balancer center retaining bolt (counterclockwise, it is torqued very tight.) Use a strap wrench around pulley and have a helper hold that in place while using a 1/2" breaker bar and socket to turn pulley bolt out of crankshaft. Be careful not to rotate engine in a counterclockwise direction while breaking the bolt loose.
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You will now see the crank sensor to the right of the crankshaft bolted to the timing cover.
Disconnect sensor wiring and remove retaining bolts, remove sensor.
Put new sensor in place and screw in bolts, do not tighten them yet.
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Now use special tool to properly space sensor. If you cannot find one at the parts store, you can space the sensor with the balancer pully held in place (not installed yet) and space the sensor evenly with the veins on the hub of the balancer pulley. Take your time and be sure it is as evenly spaced as possible.
Tighten sensor bolts.
Clean balancer hub free of any oil and dirt deposits using brake or carbeurator cleaner.
Reinstall balancer to crankshaft by tapping around the inner surface of pulley with a rubber hammer.
It is a press fit, so be sure you have it started evenly and progress slowly in a circular motion to ensure you are keeping it aligned straight with the crankshaft.
Reinstall balancer bolt using the same method as removal, torque bolt to 110 foot pounds, then tap around balancer again twice with rubber hammer, turn the engine 2 full revolutions clockwise using the balancer to crankshaft bolt, then tighten bolt an additional 1/4 turn.
Replace splash guard, put wheel on tightening lugs to finger tight and then wrench tight in a star pattern.
Lower vehicle until wheel makes contact with floor, tighten lug nuts to 115 foot pounds in a star pattern using a torque wrench.
Fully lower vehicle, remove jack.
Re-install serpentine drive belt
Re-connect negative battery cable.

End of procedure....Hope that helps!.....Mike

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Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.
  1. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Battery ground cable
    • Accessory drive belt
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    • Position A/C compressor aside
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To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
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Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.
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    • Battery ground cables.
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To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
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Can you tell me where I can print instructions for free to help me change my timing belt in a 93 ford festiva


Here are the instructions for removing the timing cover, and for replacing the timing belt. If this is helpful, please click my accept button! Thanks!
Remove accessory drive belts.
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  2. Remove right inner fender panel to gain access to crankshaft pulley.
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  4. Remove inner stiffener/spacer, attaching screws, inner pulley and baffle plate.
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  6. Reverse procedure to install. When installing crankshaft pulley, ensure curved lip on baffle plate and deep recess of inner pulley face outward

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  3. If reusing old belt, mark direction of rotation on belt to aid installation.
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  9. Install tensioner spring onto anchor, then tighten pulley attaching bolt to torque listed at the end of this section.
  10. Reinstall timing belt covers.

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prev.gif next.gif Crankshaft Damper/Pulley counterclockwise to remove pulley:
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Remove the drive belts from the crankshaft damper.
  2. Remove the crankshaft damper-to-crankshaft bolt. Hold the crankshaft stationary by placing a suitable tool in the ring gear teeth on the flywheel. Fig. 1: Use a breaker bar to remove the crankshaft damper bolt 89613g41.gif
    Fig. 2: The crankshaft can be held stationary by using a suitable tool to place between the flywheel teeth 89613g42.gif
    Fig. 3: Be sure to lubricate the threads of the crankshaft damper bolt to obtain a proper torque reading 89613pi9.jpg

  3. Remove the crankshaft damper from the crankshaft by pulling it straight off the shaft. A puller may be required to remove the damper from the shaft. Be careful not to lose the woodruff key when removing the crankshaft damper. Fig. 4: The crankshaft damper can sometimes be pulled from the shaft by hand 89613pj1.jpg
    Fig. 5: A puller may be required to remove the crankshaft damper 89613g40.gif
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    Fig. 7: This crankshaft damper may have a problem sealing properly due to the groove that was worn into it from the seal 89613pj4.jpg
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  4. Install the crankshaft damper onto the shaft, making sure the woodruff key is in place. Dip the damper bolt in fresh oil and torque the crankshaft damper-to-crankshaft bolt to the following specifications:
    • VG30E engine — 90–98 ft.lbs. (123–132 Nm.)
    • VE30DE engine — 123–130 ft.lbs. (167–177 Nm.)
    • VQ30DE engine — 29–36 ft.lbs. (39–49 Nm.) followed by 60–66°clockwise angle torque
  5. Install the drive belts to the crankshaft damper; be sure to properly set belt tension.
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I need instructions on how to change a crank shaft censor on a 2000 pontiac grand prix gt


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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the serpentine belt(s) from the crankshaft pulley. Please see Section 1.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  4. Remove the right front tire assembly. Remove the right inner fender access cover.
  5. A flywheel holding device such as GM's J 37096 is required to keep the crankshaft from turning as the crankshaft balancer is being removed. Install this holding tool or its equivalent. Please see Section 3 for more information.
  6. Using a 28mm socket, remove the crankshaft harmonic balancer retaining bolt. Using special tool J 38197 or equivalent balancer removal tools, drawn the balancer from the end of the crankshaft. Please see Section 3 for more information.
  7. There is a roughly circular aluminum shield that protects the crankshaft position sensor; remove this shield. Use care not to damage it. Do not pry to remove.
  8. Detach the electrical connector from the crankshaft position sensor, remove the attaching bolts and separate the sensor from the engine block face.

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Dual Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor removal—3.8L Engines

To install:
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  2. Install the crankshaft position sensor shield. Verify that the electrical connector is secure.
  3. Install the crankshaft balancer. Please see Section 3.
  4. Torque the crankshaft balancer center bolt to 110 ft. lbs. (150 Nm), plus an additional 76 degrees.
  5. Install the inner fender access cover and the right front tire assembly. Wheel nut torque is 104 ft. lbs. (140 Nm).
  6. Lower the vehicle.
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