Question about 1993 Honda Accord
This part's fun. If you're keeping the pulley from turning, you can put the socket size on a breaker bar and attach a decent length of pipe to the breaker bar for increased leverage and pop it. Another way is to wedge the breaker bar against the ground to keep the nut from turning and tap the ignition (try to turn it over for about 3 seconds to pop it). There is also a manual impact driver that runs about $20.00. It has a 1/2 inch drive socket holder. Hold the socket into bolt and tap it with a 3lb. hammer to give it a 1/4 turn. Finally, you can fit the socket and breaker bar against the bolt and crack it a few times with a soft-faced hammer to loosen. Try spraying some penetrating oil into the bolt (I prefer Liquid Wrench, but WD-40 also works). Any of these methods should free it.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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