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Crank shaft doesnt line up with anyother pulleys on fan belt on a nl fairlane

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It may be a thrust bearing failure on the crankshaft. See if you can pry or push/pull the crank pulley in and out. If you can move the pulley in and out very much at all there is a problem with the thrust bearings and the engine will need major repair.

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