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How do i remove the crank pulley bolt. It is really stuck?

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If the bolt is not rounded off you can use a blow tourch to heat the bolt up and what i used time and time again is a crayon of course your gonna have to choose the color but simpley heat up the bolt and rub the crayon around the head of the bolt then have your tool ready it should come right out.

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First, you have to loosen the crank pulley center bolt. Best way is with an impact gun-bolt is very tight. If you have to use a breaker bar to loosen the bolt, you will have to devise a way to hold the crankshaft from turning backward while loosening it. One method is to remove the starter and wedge a piece of wood against the flywheel, preventing it from turning, while you are loosening the center bolt.
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the pulley will be either pressed on or bolted on
if pressed on you will need a harmonic balancer puller to get it off and space to swing a hammer to put it back on
if bolted it will be torqued to up to 90ftlb so holding the crank to undo the nut is a problem so get a 1/2 " impact gun for the job
you will need space for the tools so look at what has to be removed first
next there is a crankshaft position sensor behind the pulley so be careful with wires in that area
some engines have the pulley bolted to a crank hub with 3 or 4 small bolts in which case the job gets simpler
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Whoa....
The crank pulley? Is that the large pulley at the bottom of the motor?
Also known as the "harmonic balance"?
Don't pull that one off unless you really have to... it can't be replaced since it is balanced to that particular engine...
If you have to remove it, you must replace it exactly correctly ...

The bolt is a left-hand bolt....
Turn the bolt clockwise to remove....
(not counter-clockwise like typical bolts).

Hope this helps!

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