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Flywheel removal on yz426 bolt/nut just spins

Flywheel removal on yz426 bolt/nut just spins

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SOURCE: cant remove swingarm bolt from 2001 yz426.

try some heat . use a torch and heat the housing it's going through then hit it

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Remove the Flywheel nut, Get a steering wheel puller or a harmonic balancer puller that has a pin in the bottom. ( I have both and the official OMC one the OMC is the best) . Get the proper length bolts and make sure they go far enough into the flywheel to engage all the threads but not too far as to damage the coils. Make sure they are screwed in evenly. Then tighten the puller while holding the flywheel ( you can use a screwdriver by the starter or a flywheel holder)and when it feels tight hit the top of the tightening bolt (This is the one in the center of the puller with a hammer. that will "pop" the flywheel. if it doesn't come tighten more and hit it again. The shock of the hammer will pop it off. If you don't shock it, it may not pop off the taper.

Here is a picture of the OMC puller and a Steering wheel puller the OMC is the black one.
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How to remove cover on flywheel


First thing is to pull the spark plug lead off so you can't have the machine accidently fire.
Locate bolts and nuts that hold covers in place and remove them and the covers.
There will be a nut in the centre of the flywheel. Loosen it so that it is just a bit higher than the the threads. Lift up on the flywheel and tap sharply down on the nut with a wood or plastic mallet (or use a block of wood and a hammer. The flywheel is on a tapered shaft so it will loosen upwards. Remove the nut and lift off the flywheel. Don't lose the metal key that aligns the flywheel in the correct position.
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First thing is to pull the spark plug lead off so you can't have the machine accidently fire. Locate bolts and nuts that hold covers in place and remove them and the covers. There will be a nut in the centre of the flywheel. Loosen it so that it is just a bit higher than the the threads. Lift up on the flywheel and tap sharply down on the nut with a wood or plastic mallet (or use a block of wood and a hammer. The flywheel is on a tapered shaft so it will loosen upwards. Remove the nut and lift off the flywheel. Don't lose the metal key that aligns the flywheel in the correct position. The parts that you want to play with will now be available.

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Once you remove the recoil starter and the engine cover remove three bolts holding the starter cup. Loosen and remove the main flywheel nut.

Now using a harmonic balancer puller thread three equal length bolts through the puller slots into where the starter cup bolts were. Now tighten up the puller's center bolt to put tension on the flywheel. Once good tension is on the setup take a brass hammer and tap the center bolt of the puller. This should loosen the flywheel. You may need to retension the puller a time or two to get the flywheel to break free.

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Mcculloch


How many bolt holes are in the flywheel? Mostly 3 holes plus the one in the centre.I used a steering wheel puller and I removed the centre nut to the end of the threads then attached the puller the flywheel.Then proceeded to tighten the puller slowly till the flywheel was loose.Then I removed the puller also removed the centre nut and proceeded to remove the flywheel.Hope this helps.I'm not much at explaining on computer but in person I show you faster. (1) BUT always remember to make the puller is square or level with the flywheel.So that way all 3 bolts are pulling the same time.(2) PLEASE BE CAUTIOUS!!!!...

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Remove the small bolts that hold top cover on . Remove small bolts that hold down ignition coil unplug the spark plug wire. Set the coil out of the way. Remove the nut from the center of the flywheel. Use a steering wheel puller to remove the flywheel. Install the new flywheel over shafts key tap center of new flywheel on the shaft . Keep eye on the key that the flywheel doesn't push out of the shaft . Install nut and get it tight.gap coil with a business card between coil and flywheel as you tightening bolts plug in spark plug wire . Reinstall top cover.

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How do i remove the fly wheel on 2003 polaris 600 sportsman


remove the recoil cover bolts, then pull the recoil cover off exposing the flywheel. Remove the nut from the center of the flywheel (use an impact) along with the washer. At this point you will need a flywheel pullter. You can get one at harbor frieght for about $15.00 or you can usually rent one at Autozone. Do not use the "claw" type of puller as you change damaged the ring gear. Get the type that has a center push bolt/shaft and three holes for various types of bolts. Find the bolts that fit into the three bolt holes surrounding the nut on the face of the flywheel. Careful not to insert the bolts to far as you can damage the stator coil behind the flywheel. Good luck

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How to remove starter


Removal & Installation - Starter
  1. Before servicing the vehicle.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
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    Electrical connections Torque converter cover Starter
To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    Starter. Torque the bolts to 35 ft. lbs. (47 Nm). Torque converter cover Solenoid -BAT- terminal. Torque the nut to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm). Solenoid -S- terminal. Torque the nut to 27 inch lbs. (3 Nm). Radiator air baffle assembly Negative battery cable
  2. Perform a charging system test and verify the starter is operating properly
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Fig. Showing the starter motor location and electrical connections
  1. Before servicing the vehicle.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    Negative battery cable Radiator air baffle, for clearance if necessary Flywheel inspection cover bolts Flywheel inspection cover Electrical connections from the starter motor Starter motor mounting bolts Starter motor
To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
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    Starter motor Starter motor mounting bolts and tighten the bolts to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm) Electrical connection to the battery terminal on the solenoid and tighten the battery terminal nut to 13 ft. lbs. (17 Nm) Electrical connections to the S terminal on the solenoid and tighten solenoid S terminal nut to 27 inch lbs. (3 Nm) Flywheel inspection cover Flywheel inspection cover bolts Radiator air baffle, if removed
  2. Connect the negative battery cable

Hope helps, remember rated this.

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I am trying to remove the front cover on a craftsman 4-cycle weed eater. I have taken off the hub that covers the flywheel (thanks lonewolf1996 for your tip), but I can't get the flywheel/rope starter...


Look at the face of the flywheel. Does it have an arrow pointing a certain way? If it does, you have to secure the engine while you spin off the flywheel. Some people recommend you place a bolt threaded as a spark plug into the plug hole far enough to touch the piston. This is supposed to allow the removal of the flywheel. I used a block of wood and hit it with a hammer against the flywheel in the direction of the arrow...Good Luck...Lee

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