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How to remove crank shafe gears

Can not unscrew the nut. is ther something im not seeing?i tried with a pipe wrench backup ,scocket brackerbar wit a cheater pipe helpgoing for the oil pump shaft its tite

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Your Might Max has a 4G60 series engine, so I guess you want to get the 14mm nut off the oil pump belt pulley. On the lower side of the block there's a 17mm (or maybe 14mm, I forget) bolt. Remove this and you can poke a 10mm screwdriver into the hole. This locks the oil pump balance shaft. You will need to rotate the oil pump pulley to get the screwdriver all the way in. You should then be able to remove the 14mm head bolt(it's an M10 I think) on the pulley. It should not be excessively tight.

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because there are no cotter pins, they were most probab;y fitted and fixed with Loctite or similar.

Try applying a bit of heat to the nutwhile you have pressure on the nutm with your spanner.\

Another thing have you considered that they may have left hand thread.

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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