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I am turning a motor by turning the crank bolt to see if motor is blown how much should i be able to turn it

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All the way as many times as you like. back and forward directions
If you take out the plugs then it will turn easily

Posted on Apr 13, 2015

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SOURCE: how do i remove crank pulley bolt from 1994 honda

Ok that bolt loosens counterclockwise but you need an impact gun that has a good torque does not come out otherwise. Thanks

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SOURCE: The crank shaft front pulley

If the bolt is seized and u tried everything!
The last resort would be to torched the BOLT untill it loosen up!
Removing and torching it, might as well replace the CRANK OiL SEAL, carefull not to burn the CRANK PULLEY, some have a RUBBER insulation in the mid pulley!

Posted on Dec 01, 2010

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