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Haveing trouble removing crankshaft pully - 1989 Toyota Camry

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  • lpj1037 Aug 28, 2010

    no bolt holes to attach pully

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Hi,

The most difficult part of doing this yourself is removing the crankshaft pulley bolt, they are very tight and require a large breaker bar with a socket and a way to keep the engine from turning, once the nut is off it can be hard to get the pulley off and may need prying off with prybars.

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About the only safe way to remove the pulley is with an impact gun, and even then it will be a job.

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Normally...three bolts for the pulley assembly, and one large center bolt, and yes...a steering wheel puller will work, but make sure the puller doesn't sit into the center hole threads, or they will be destroyed. Sometimes a nut in here will prevent that.

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Remove the bolts holding the pulley on the crankshaft.

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If the crankshaft is broken you will likely have to the engine apart and remove the bolt with the crank out. Since you have to tear the engine down anyway, no big deal. Why not just replace the engine with a good used one?

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