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93 Ranger 2.3L timing belt

I am replacing the timing belt on My ranger but have hit a dead end. I don't know what to do to get the crankshaft sprocket off I know it needs to come off to put the new belt on. can anyone help?

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You do not have to remove the actual sprocket to install the timing belt only the balancer/lower pulley. Just push the tensioner all the way to the pass. side and install your belt, and release the tensioner.

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