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I am having trouble removing the crankshaft pulley are there any hints.

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1. Remove the Center Bolt and Washer.
2. Use a correct size Puller - available at most auto parts stores (some even rent them "for free" (with deposit); also available in sets at Harbor Freight.
3. DO NOT USE the outside Crankshaft Pulley lip- the Puller will snap the edge off!
4. Use a smaller sized Bolt inserted where the Crankshaft Bolt was, and use a set of washers small enough to fit on the bolt, but small enough to allow the Crankshaft Pulley to be "pulled" off the Crankshaft. The Puller Pivot Leg will be place againsgt this bolt.

Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Diagrams that may prove helpful in your work.

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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/2003/make/hyundai/model/santa_fe/2003_hyundai_santa_fe_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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I had trouble removing the crankshaft pulley bolt: I placed a 1/2" drive ratchet inside a 3-foot-long steel channel (also called "unistrut") and put it on the bolt with the steel channel against the pavement. Then, I put the key in the ignition and quickly bumped the starter. The noise was loud, but the bolt was loose!!

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SOURCE: Crankshaft Woodruff Key Removal

You are correct, this key does drive both. While I have never tried to remove the keway with out both pulley and lower sprocket you may be able to (my gut says no but anything is worth trying once) I'd position the keyway at the 12 o'clock postion and with a good pair of needle nose pliers see if the key will roll out as you pull up and away with it. If it will not you'll of course have to remove the front of the engine and pull the timing belt, if over 60K miles on belt go ahead and replace with new.

I hope this may have assited and good luck!

Tom

Posted on Apr 09, 2010

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Joe Clark

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SOURCE: to remove crankshaft pulley

use a three arm puller to remove this , useing a prybar on the flywheel will cause teeth damage and make for more repairs .

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I can't get the crankshaft damper pulley off.

Download this link and find your Service manual for your vehicle. It will serve you well and to keep for future reference

http://ezinearticles.com/?Find-the-Free-Auto-Repair-Manual-You-Need-Online&id=92717

Posted on May 02, 2010

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SOURCE: 2002 CHRYSLER SEBRING - 2.4LTR DOHC ENGINE I

There on very tight, did you insert a bolt in the hole, where the bolt for the crank bolt goes on, insert a long where it sticks out pass the pulley about 3 to 4 inches, but thinner bolt in there, and the tip of the puller on it, tighten the puller, and it will come out. I would get two of those bolt's, because it will start to bent, and you might need to used the other bolt to finsh taking it out.

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NOTE Remove any oil or water on the idler pulley and keep it clean.
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NOTE If the old timing belt is being reinstalled, make sure the directional arrow is facing in the original direction and that the belt and crankshaft gear matchmarks are properly aligned.
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  1. Remove the timing belt covers as previously detailed.
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GM Storm/Spectrum 1985-1993 Repair Guide


Timing Belt - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

Although timing belts may last for thousands of miles past the recommended replacement interval, they should be replaced every 60,000 miles to prevent trouble or damage should they snap. Timing belts do not usually give an indication that they are worn or aging without removing the cover(s) and inspecting the belt. A worn or damaged belt could give out at any time. In some cases, should a timing belt snap while the engine is running, damage could be done to the valve trains or pistons requiring a partial or full engine disassembly. Also, should the belt go when the vehicle is far from home, a costly tow or even more costly repair job and considerable inconvenience may be suffered.
Timing belts must always be handled carefully and kept completely free of dirt, grease, fluids and lubricants. This includes any accidental contact from spillage, fingerprints, rags, etc.. These same precautions apply to the pulleys and contact surfaces on which the belt rides.The belt must never be crimped, twisted or bent. Never use tools to pry or wedge the belt into place. Such actions will damage the structure of the belt and possibly cause breakage.


Spectrum
(see Figures 1, 2 and 3)
The engine must be removed from the vehicle for this procedure to be performed.
  1. Remove the engine and mount it to an engine stand.
  2. Remove the accessory drive belts.
  3. Remove the engine mounting bracket from the timing cover.
  4. Rotate the crankshaft until the notch on the crankshaft pulley aligns with the 0 degree mark on the timing cover and the No. 4 cylinder is on TDC of the compression stroke.
  5. Remove the starter and install the flywheel holding tool No. J-35271 or equivalent.
  6. Remove the crankshaft bolt, boss and pulley.
  7. Remove the timing cover bolts and the timing cover.
  8. Loosen the tension pulley bolt.
  9. Insert an Allen wrench into the tension pulley hexagonal hole and loosen the timing belt by turning the tension pulley clockwise.
  10. Remove the timing belt.
  11. Remove the head cover.
Inspect the timing belt for signs of cracking, abnormal wear and hardening. Never expose the belt to oil, sunlight or heat. Avoid excessive bending, twisting or stretching.
To install:
  1. Position the Woodruff key in the crankshaft followed by the crankshaft timing gear. Align the groove on the timing gear with the mark on the oil pump.
  2. Align the camshaft timing gear mark with the upper surface of the cylinder head and the dowel pin in its uppermost position.
  3. Place the timing belt arrow in the direction of the engine rotation and install the timing belt, first to the crankshaft pulley, next to the camshaft pulley, then to the water pump pulley and finally to the tension pulley. Tighten the tension pulley bolt.
Once installed, there must be not slack in the timing belt. The belt teeth must be in perfect alignment with the gears.
  1. Turn the crankshaft 2 complete revolutions and realign the crankshaft timing gear groove with the mark on the oil pump.
  2. Loosen the tension pulley bolt and apply tension to the belt using an Allen wrench in the hexagonal pulley hole. Torque the pulley bolt to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) while holding the pulley stationary.
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Fig. 1: Timing belt routing - SOHC engines

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Fig. 2: Align the crankshaft timing gear keyway with the mark in the oil pump - SOHC engines

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Fig. 3: Check the timing belt tension at the center of the longest point between pulleys - SOHC engines


Storm - SOHC ENGINE
(see Figures 1, 2 and 3)
  1. Disconnect the battery negative cable.
  2. Remove the timing belt cover. If necessary, raise and support the vehicle, then remove the right under cover to access the lower timing cover bolts.
  3. If not done already, rotate the crankshaft so that the No. 4 cylinder is at TDC on its compression stroke by aligning the camshaft pulley timing mark to the 9 o'clock position.
  4. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
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To install:
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  2. Tighten the belt tensioner retaining bolt. Make sure that the belt is properly tightened and is aligned evenly around all the pulleys:
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  3. Check that the camshaft is still aligned to the 9 o'clock position.
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