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Re: on the armature is there a bolt that is press on,
A bolt is never pressed into a hole. Your question is not clear to me. Generally, a key & keyway is to keep the rotating item in time. Another means is to keep the rotating item from sliding off the shaft. Common ways:
1) set screw(s) from the item hub over the keyway and sometimes against the shaft
2) Bolt threaded into end of shaft, or nut screws over threaded end....mamy time it is a "LEFT Handed" thread (Turn counter clockwise to loosen)
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They are called a reluctor wheel and some are heated and pressed on, others are bolted on or held in place with dowel pins and then some fit on keyways. They attach to the crankshaft and rotate were as the sensor is attached to the housing and is stationary.
Which keyway, crankshaft/camshaft/water pump? Likely you cannot repair in the car, because repair will likely require replacement or welding. Make sure you fix whatever made the keyway fail as well as the keyway, e.g. bolt torque
Ok here goes. Purchase or use the bearing cover nut 3613461500 that you have taken from the base of the machine. and drill a 6mm hole in it. remove the armature from the machine and measure how far the end of the armature sticks out of the bearing. then fit the cover nut onto the bearing holder and whilst supporting the cover nut use a puller or press to press the armature off the bearing through the cover nut. Replace the bearing in the holder and press the bearing and holder back onto the armature until the amount of armature shaft showing is to the same distance that measured in the first place. Hope this helps.
No the armature gear is made as part of it. the intermediate gear is replaceable but you need a press. to remove the armature first unplug tool and remove brushes, then remove the 4 screws that hold the gear housing to the motor housing and pull out. the intermediate gear is pressed onto the shaft.. Let me know if you need more assistance before voting and thank you
If you remove the cover (#53)(4 bolts #104) then the the bearing end plate will come out,but the armature will also come out as the bearing is pressed onto the armature.If you want to get the two apart you will have to unthread the bearing cover(#6), then remove the nut below it(#9) then press the armature out of the bearing.