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Old 01-01-2008, 02:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All

I do not have much experience with vehicles that use
Automatic transmission . Can anybody please, tell me
How to remove the crank shaft pulley , the one that
Rotates the drive belt and the alternator belt . it is
Held by a 22mm bolt and four 10 mm bolts too . the
Problem is that the pulley rotates when I try to unscrew
The bolts , how can I hold the crank shaft from rotating
In order to unscrew the bolts . in manual transmission
Cars I simply apply 1st gear to it .



Thanks in advance
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Old 01-01-2008, 07:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hold a Tbar and 22 mm socket in the crank bolt and then undo the 10mm bolts.
For the big one a very long sturdy breaker bar and 22mm socket-place on to the bolt turn so it is against a chassis rail or floor so when you turn the engine over it cracks the bolt off. Dont turn the key more the 2 secs
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Thanks a lot for the good idea .




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Dear mazen,

I have tried the large breaker bar, bracing against a frame member, and cranking the engine for under 2 seconds. Still a frustrating job.

Can you get these in the UK (probably 220 volt)? An electric impact wrench works GREAT! and can be used over and over for suspension work, wheel hub removal, etc..

http://search.harborfreight.com/cpisearch/...requestedPage=1

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Hi byronguidry3732

Thanks for the idea , I will try to buy such a tool , it

seems vey handy . I would like to ask you please ,

what profetional mechanics do in my case ..? .

there are a lot of scrwes that are attached to a rotatig axil

in cars with A/T .


Appretiate your assistance .
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IMHO, let the mechanic do the job.
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Hi All

I do not have much experience with vehicles that use
Automatic transmission . Can anybody please, tell me
How to remove the crank shaft pulley , the one that
Rotates the drive belt and the alternator belt . it is
Held by a 22mm bolt and four 10 mm bolts too . the
Problem is that the pulley rotates when I try to unscrew
The bolts , how can I hold the crank shaft from rotating
In order to unscrew the bolts . in manual transmission
Cars I simply apply 1st gear to it .



Thanks in advance
Hi
I've got to do the same, just wondered what did you do when replaced the pulley and tightening the bolt up ? did it still spin ?
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IMHO, let the mechanic do the job.
+1 What he said. ^^^^^^ You're sure you are ready to tackle this job? Not a job for amateurs. If you mess this up, it'll cost you twice as much (or more) to have it repaired. If you've got some mechanical skills, buy a book, and call in a friend with an impact wrench.
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Hi

Removing the pulley was proven to be very easy . removing the 22mm bolt is a bit difficult, any way I was interested in replacing the timing belts at that time . I have done it twice so far , without needing to remove that difficult one . I saw how a mechanic do that , he inserts a screw driver in an opening to prevent the crank shaft bolt from moving and uses a lengthy bar , two people had to put what they got to make that bolt move . The main idea ,you only need to move that ugly bolt when you need to replace the oil pad , other than that leave it alone .

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