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Crank shaft bolt for timing gear wont come off so i can replace timing belt.

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Use air impact wrench with about 150 psi or more, or place power handle brace against chassis or lower suspension and turn over engine with starter but do not start engine, this will break torque on bolt then you can remove with ratchet handle

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SOURCE: how to remove crank shaft bolt gmc s 15

you need an air impact gun to get retaining bolt out/off, then a pulley puller special tool to remove the pulley once the bolt is out, the pulley is pressed on.

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