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On the 1.6 can you remove the crank pulley by loosening the center nut with an impact wrench?

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You are correct, remove the crank bolt and the pulley will come off, you may have to tap the rear of it or wiggle it off, good day.also heres a diagram that may be helpful.on the 1.6 can you remove the crank pulley by - johnjohn2_11.png

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You sure can if i'm not mistaken is 36mm

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