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Timing belt cant get the crank pulley off to get to the timing belt

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Ok after reading that one I have to intervene...DO IT RIGHT most auto part stores will loan you the right tools for the job. This tool is for the 1995 Dodge Intrepid 3.5L ES engine. AutoZone will loan you the tool part number 39137 HARMONIC BALANCER PULLEY. Also as I have stated before purchase the Miller tool that locks the camshafts left and right in the back of the engine. These are to prevent the everything from rotating so you can back off the bolt that holds the pulley on.

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Remove one of the spark plugs, it doesn't matter which one. Make sure the piston is down. Use a screw driver or something in the hole to make sure the piston is in the "down" position. Get some rope that fits into the hole and stuff as much of it as you can into the hole. This rope is now a piston stop. Rotate the engine as you're trying to remove the balancer bolt and the crank should stop when the piston has wedged the rope against the head. At this point, you should be able to break the bolt loose. After the bolt is broken loose, rotate the engine clockwise again far enough to remove the rope. Don't worry, nothing will get hurt.

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