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The pulley on the crankshaft is called a vibration damper or harmonic balancer. The inner hub is attached to the outer pulley by a section of rubber to damp out the vibrations of the crankshaft. If the rubber deteriorates, it can separate and allow the outer pulley section to move in or out. I suspect this is what happened and you need to replace the entire crankshaft pulley.
Posted on Dec 31, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: crankshaft pulley timing marks
the red mark is where the timing is supposed to be after u have bypassed the electronic advance.the first white line on the left is tdc.
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Posted on Aug 18, 2008
SOURCE: broken crankshaft pulley bolt on
The only possibility I can suggest is that which is called and 'Easyout.' These are available at parts stores and come (normally) with a sized drill and a special bit with left-hand threads.
First a hole is drilled with the provided drill bit, then the removal bit is screwed into the new hole and turned counter-clockwise which further inserts the removal bit and, if the removal bit does not snap, the broken threaded shank should back out.
I would suggest soaking the broken part with penetrating lubricant first and allowing it time to seep into the threads of the broken bolt.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Ignore smart a$$ comments.
Disconnect negative battery terminal.
Remove front right wheel.
Remove splash guard.
Place jack under engine.
Remove left engine support bolts from body.
Remove engine support plate bolts from engine.
Unbolt air conditioner pump and move it out of the way.
Get under vehicle and remove steering pump bolts and move it out of the way.
Remove 6 crankshaft pulley bolts, should be 12mm.
The engine support bracket shoud come off now.
Remove the main crankshaft bolt.
Remove crankshaft dampener.
Remove the timing cover bolts and take off the covers.
Take off the old belt & replace with a new one, don't use a previously used belt.
Make sure the belt tensioner is installed correctly.
Put all the stuff back on.
Get a Haynes manual, pages 3-41.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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Posted on May 02, 2010
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