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Bottom pulley is shaking and belt brokeput new belt on still shaking how do get the pulley off it turns with the bolt.

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  • billchappell Sep 04, 2010

    yes,but not sure what i need to try next

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Hi you need to lock the engine up the best way to do this it to put it into gear and shock the bolt out with a strong sharp turn . puting it into gear will stop the pully turning .

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  • andycrow2345 Sep 03, 2010

    please let me no how u get on

  • billchappell Sep 03, 2010

    it didnt work pulley still turns when in gear? now what do you think

  • billchappell Sep 03, 2010

    it didnt work pulley still turns when in gear? now what do you think

  • billchappell Sep 03, 2010

    it didnt work pulley still turns when in gear? now what do you think

  • andycrow2345 Sep 03, 2010

    hi did you try with all the wheels on the floor and all brakes applied ? this has always worked for me ?

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    Biggdex35 Sep 05, 2010

    It will work if it is a stick shift vehicle. But not an automatic. The only other way I ever came up with is to go under the car and remove the cover to the flywheel. Take a Tire tool or big flat head screw driver and use the teeth to lock it up. Have to have someone help you. Then you will have to have a wheel puller to get the pulley off. Im pretty sure it is the harmonic balancer you are talking about?

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