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Which way does a bottom pully bolt turn to loosen it on honda accord 1992

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The crankshaft pulley bolt tends to get stuck on the crankshaft pulley. Remove it Counter Clockwise. In order to remove it, you'll need a special tool that is available from Honda, as well as an impact wrench and air compressor capable of generating 900 ft. - lbs. of torque.

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I have cheated with this by using a Craftsman 1/2" drive ratchet and 6 sided socket. (Fortunately the engine I was working on turned clockwise). I put the ratchet and socket on the bolt and wedged the ratchet against the frame (Use penetrating oil and let is set for a while). I then cranked the engine just taped the key to get one turn. It broke the bolt loose. Do this at your own risk. I used craftsman because of the guarantee. Also you run the risk of damaging something so you will need to weigh the risks -VS- the benefits.

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Anti clockwise (Counter clockwise) to loosen, but be warned, it is tight, it is very tight, and will require very heavy duty drives to loosen it. I cannot remember the torque offhand, but suspect it is in the region if 300 ft/lbs.

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