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HOW TO REMOVE BOLT FROM PULLY ON CRANK PULLY

CANT SEEM TO GET CRANK PULLY BOLT OUT TO CHANGE PULLY ON2001 OLDS AURORA 3.5 IS IT A REVERSE THREAD OR A NORMALE ONE

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  • lenniefoster Apr 21, 2009

    OK THANK U GOT THE BOLT OUT NOW HAVE PROBLEM GETTING THE PULLY OUT WHATS THE TRICK TO THAT

  • lenniefoster Apr 21, 2009

    OK THANK U GOT THE BOLT OUT NOW HAVE PROBLEM GETTING THE PULLY OUT WHATS THE TRICK TO THAT

  • lenniefoster Apr 21, 2009

    GOT THE BOLT OUT NOW HOW DO I GET THE PULLY OUT 321-557-5530 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CALL ME OR WRITE ME BACK ASAP THANK YOU

  • lenniefoster Apr 21, 2009

    THANK U ILL TRY THAT

  • lenniefoster Apr 22, 2009

    THE PULLY SEAL CAME OUT BECAUSE IT WAS WARN OUT IT DOESNT SEEM RIGHT BECAUSE THE CAR IS A 2001 IVE NEVER SEEN THIS HAPPEN BEFORE

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They are usually in there pretty tight. If drivable, you can have someone loosen it up with a shop air gun.
Thread is not reverse.
There is a second way to remove it...Use a solid 1/2" breaker bar with the correct size impact socket. You need to support it and brace it against the floor. Then "bump" the engine over Don't crank, just bump. The engine crank will unscrew itself from the bolt. Be careful doing this if socket and bar get loose they can damage you and stuff around the area where you're working. I use a pipe driven into the ground with a pair of vise grips attached to the breaker bar to keep it at the right height. (bar goes inside the end of the pipe)

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  • Richard Scordino Apr 21, 2009

    You need a pulley puller for damper pulleys. (assumed you had one) You can usually borrow one or rent one from larger parts houses.

  • Richard Scordino Apr 21, 2009

    just curious...you are removing the pulley because???

  • Richard Scordino Apr 23, 2009

    Never saw a seal fall out either but the way they make stuff today nothing surprises me anymore!!! Put a little rtv black around the outside so if the seal bore is a bit oversized it dosen't leak.
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