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What size socket do I need to remove crank pulley bolt ford 2.5td 2005

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SOURCE: 1994 Ford Explorer idler pulley assembly

Or a junk yard.

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Ok, now I know for sure what the problem is, the water pump pulley is pressed on, u will need to disconnect the top side engine mount and raise the engine up about a foot with a floor jack, make sure u put the jack saddle somewhere where u won't damage the oil pan, if u must lift it by the pan use a flat peice of wood to spread the load, once it is up the pump will slide out, then u must have the old pulley removed and the new one pressed on,I think a power steering pulley remover tool is what u need, Kragen and Autozone will loan these to u free of charge if u want to try and press the pulley off and on yourself.

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SOURCE: TRYING TO RMOVE CRANKSHAFT PULLEY

yes, thats tone ring for crank sensor,car may run bad and trun on check engine light.good luck.

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SOURCE: how remove 1966 Ford Mustang 200 cu.in 6-cyl. crankshaft pulley

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You can remove that center bolt easily with an impact gun. It has normal threads on it. An impact gun will prove to be an affordable tool that you will use again. You can get an electric one from Harbor Freight. They make the job of removing tough bolts much easier. If the engine is in the car, you might not have enough room. You can use a ratchet and if the engine is turning, you can hold the pulley with another tool sold at Harbor Freight called a rubber strap wrench.

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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The crank sensor is located behind the crank pulley on the 3.8 liter. The crank pulley must first be removed. A 15/16" socket, three very long 8 x 1.0 bolts (pretty sure that is the size, some large washers, and a crank pulley pulley will be required.

With the crank pulley removed mark the bracket where the old crank sensor is located so that the new sensor can be placed in exactly the same position. Failure to do this will result in the new sensor and/or the crank pulley being severely damaged.

Then it's as simple as removing the old sensors and installing the new one.

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    Then remove the timing belt adjuster rubber seal without loosening the adjuster nut. Take off the crankshaft pulley bolt. Use the chain wrench to hold the the crankshaft pulley while turning the crankshaft pulley bolt with a 19 mm socket. Use the 10 mm wrench and 10 mm socket to remove the bolts on the lower cover. Remove the lower cover and mark the location of the cam, crank and balancer shaft with Liquid Paper. Remove the balancer shaft belt and timing belt. Install the timing belt and the balancer shaft belt in the reverse order of removing them. During Installation of the crank pulley, coat the threads of the crank pulley bolt with engine oil and tighten it to 159 foot-pounds. Finally, adjust the tension of the power steering and alternator belts as well.

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    HOW YOU TAKE THE KRANCK PULLY FOR 2006 PT C


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    The three jaw pulley can then be installed so that it locks onto the three tabs in the center of the pulley. The center of the three jaw will then push on the bolt head and pull the pulley off.

    OTC make a tool just for this, but a three jaw and a long bolt will do the job.

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    I would like instructions to remove and replace the alternator in a 2004 FORD EXPLORER XLS with a 4.0L V6


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    You will see the serp belt tensioner on the drivers side of the engine. In the center of the pulley will be a bolt head. use the appropriate sized socket and ratchet to rotate the tensioner using the bolt head. Once the tension is off the belt it can be removed from the alternator pulley. You do not need to remove the entire belt.

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    Nov 18, 2009 | 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab

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    I have this 1999 Ford Taurus 3.0 L and im trying to get the crank pully off. I have used a 30mm socket, with a impact gun to try and get it off but it wont budge. Is there any trick to get this off? Please...


    Whoa....
    The crank pulley? Is that the large pulley at the bottom of the motor?
    Also known as the "harmonic balance"?
    Don't pull that one off unless you really have to... it can't be replaced since it is balanced to that particular engine...
    If you have to remove it, you must replace it exactly correctly ...

    The bolt is a left-hand bolt....
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    (not counter-clockwise like typical bolts).

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    Using the same 13mm socket, remove the bolt that you found under the a/c compressor. Look down and to the right of the bolt that you just removed, and you will see two more bolts. Both are 13mm. Easiest way that I found was to go under the driver side tire well, and use 3/8 extensions to reach the two bolts. Once removed, the bracket and the power steering pump should be moved to the driver's side of the frame, and the a/c placed on top of the p/s assy.




    Remove the bolts (6mm) that hold the timing belt cover in place. Gently work your way around the cover, and push the tabs in to remove the cover.


    Use an impact wrench and 7/8 SAE socket to remove the crankshaft pulley. A SOCKET WRENCH WILL NOT WORK. Once removed, gently tap the pulley with a 2x4 (yes the wooden board) to remove. If you have a gear puller, use that. I don't own one.




    Remove the old belt. Now for the alignment. Crank - sprocket on bottom. Use the bolt you removed, and a ½ drive wrench, with the 7/8 socket to turn the crank. Once the keyway is at high noon, leave it alone. Next, move the oil pulley sprocket until the diamonds are aligned. This should put the oil pulley at high noon, also. The camshaft should have a diamond and a triangle. The diamond should go to high noon, and the triangle should align with a triangle on the plastic behind the sprocket. YOU SHOULD REALLY CONSIDER CLEANING THE ENTIRE AREA BEFORE ALIGNING THE SPROCKETS. You cannot align the camshaft without locating the two index (triangle and diamond) marks.


    You will also notice a tensioner for the timing belt. You will need to loosen the tentioner with a 13mm and 17mm wrenches. Loosen, then use a cheeter bar bar to move the tentioner over. Lock in place by tightening the tentioner bolts. Place the belt on the crankshaft, move to the oil pulley, then to the cam pulley. Release tentioner, then check the alignment. If correct, reverse the above removal plan, and you should be good.




    Don't buy the Haynes manual. I fought with the instructions for this project, and the picture for the timing belt project doesn't show the two indexes for the cam sprocket.



    Also, while you are doing this, you should replace the antifreeze if you haven't in the past two years.



    Best of luck.

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