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Crank pulley difficult to remove is there a special tool needed

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  • poorman2 Aug 31, 2008

    the crankshaft pully off of a 1993 honda 2.2 litre motor is very hard to do.there are three ways to get it off.

    1. buy special tool from any supplier just look online or call around for about $50.

    2. remove oil pan and shove a 2 x 4 (wood) between the crankshaft and block wall, then use a 1/2" or 3/4" breaker bar to remove crankshaft pully nut.

    3. fill compression cylinder with water or oil and re-insert spark plugs( because liquids do not compress very easily) and use an impact gun to loosen nut.

    Sticking a screwdriver or a 100mm x 6mm bolt into lock hole as described in most manuals does not work and will result in misalignment of the crankshaft or damage to teeth on the flywheel.

  • therads Mar 09, 2009

    Have same problem on a 95 Odyssey 2.2L. Even purchased a 780ft lb air wrench with no success.

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I would never fill a cylinder with fluid or a rope and pull on the crank bolt, you could damage your engine in ways that would cost a lot more than a timing belt job at the dealers. Make or buy the tool.

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Water in an engine????

Try this - remove the plugs and put the #1 cylinder at BDC. Then feed a length of NYLON rope into the cylinder. It will hold the crankshaft still while you break the nut loose.

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Pay 50$ for the tool or go to your buddys shop and make the damb tool yourself like i did

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

Hi,
Do you need a special tool to remove the crankshaft as well?
Thanks in advance.

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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