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Harmonic balancer came a part,motor still in car, can this balancer be removed while in the. is there clearance to do this between the frame and balancer thank u for your help.

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I would attempt this in car. I might have to remove the radiator to allow me to use an impact gun to undo the crankshaft nut and fit the balancer puller .

Posted on Apr 21, 2014

Testimonial: "it can't help me at this time, the the motor in the 2006 are front wheel drive."

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  • William ONeal
    William ONeal Apr 23, 2014

    do have a clue as far as the front wheel drive goes in the removing the harmonic blanancer this motor set side ways in this car ..

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    William ONeal Apr 23, 2014

    thanks

  • William ONeal
    William ONeal Apr 23, 2014

    and this is a monte carlo ss 5.3 motor.

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  2. Disconnect the electrical connector at the sensor.
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