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Should crank shaft move freely when head is removed ? d15b7 honda

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Hi :) Yes is should move easier that with the heads on the motor but there should be some resistance from the bearings, piston and rings.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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    Ricky Gittins Mar 16, 2011

    I have a definate binding, I bet a rod is bent, I removed the head and had it checked ata shop, but I dicided to rotate the crank before installing the new timing belt, I didn't like what I felt.

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Yes.

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