Question about 1996 Jeep Cherokee
Is there anyway to remove the harmonic balancer without a puller? If that cannot be done, if I rent a kit will It be able to remove the balancer without removing the radiator?
You can try simply wiggling the balancer and see if you get lucky. A few taps with a rubber mallet may convince it to come free. Worst case get the kit. You should not need to remove the radiator. Do make sure that you have the engine blocked so you don't lose your timing mark placement.
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