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#1 Old 02-06-2012, 11:23 PM
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Crankshaft Sprocket/pulley 2.4l 2002 santa fe

Is this a one/2 piece part. It seems that the only way to get the cover on is to seperate the pulley from the sprocket. I am changing the timing belt, but don't see how I could get thecover back on unless I actually seperate the gear from the pulley? or am I missing something.

Also, how do I get the powersteering pump loosened up to thread the sensor wire back though? I feel like an idiot at the moment but the manual made it look doable.
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Remedy... Go to autozone with parts. Get guy behind the counter to get the puller from out back. Put a socket over the end of the puller and crank. It did come apart and was a little rusty around the pin which caused this to be a little difficult.

For my next event, I guess I am going to try to figure out how to get the Power Steering pump off to thread that SOB of a CPS cord though. Now, I am having difficulty getting the 4 bolts out of the bracket for the power steering pump. The two on the passenger side of the vehicle came off w/ out an issue. The two in the front don't seem to want to come out as the pump itself is in the way.

Am I missing something? How do I get that pump off. (This is my first job like this, as I used to work on a 1980 monte carlo where you could crawl right into the engine compartment. ) Probably should have taken it in but I figure life is a learning experience, and finances are keeping me in check to just doling out 900$.
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Remedy... Go to autozone with parts. Get guy behind the counter to get the puller from out back. Put a socket over the end of the puller and crank. It did come apart and was a little rusty around the pin which caused this to be a little difficult.
Pulley held to cog with them (4) 12mm bolts, then pulley shoud drop off the cog,, though rust/dirt on the large washer for the crank bolt get in way, but just remove the crank bolt..

For my next event, I guess I am going to try to figure out how to get the Power Steering pump off to thread that SOB of a CPS cord though.
Piece of cake.. 12mm 6pt socket through the holes stamped in the P/S pulley,, kinda hate to be Mr Obvious here

Now, I am having difficulty getting the 4 bolts out of the bracket for the power steering pump.
Naaa, that's easy

The two on the passenger side of the vehicle came off w/ out an issue.
ok

The two in the front don't seem to want to come out as the pump itself is in the way.
Take the pump off the mounting bracket.. look up a couple comments

Am I missing something?
Not really, see previous comments above

How do I get that pump off.
As noted above, 2 bolt hold it to mount bracket

Probably should have taken it in but I figure life is a learning experience, and finances are keeping me in check to just doling out 900$.
Better make well sure you have everything properly timed and what not before you start the engine, or $900 be just a drop in the bucket.
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It was pretty rusted so it needed a little persuasion. It did not want to come off with just a little pull, or drop off. As far as not wanting to be mr. obvious, it appears that I needed that, so no offense taken. just some close quarters in there.

In regards to your PM to remove the fan, the fan is on the drivers side, not passengers side? should I have 2 fans?

Thank you for your assistance on this.

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Good News, Bad news.

I was able to get the PSP off, and the bracket off, and it wasn't too tough other than the clearances to squeeze in there. I got the CKS installed and everything back together. Timing belt went on rather easy for what it's worth, and all timing marks were lined up. I put the Compression tester in the 1st cylindar and turned it over by hand 30 lbs. 2 and 3 didn't register, and cylindar 4 hit 30 lbs. This caused some concern as I figured that they would be even. I didn't hear anything touching, tinking, plinking or other wise concerning so I tried to turn it over, and compression test. I ran into something more alarming. 1, 2 and 3 all tested at about 30 to 35 lbs, but 4 hit over 150lbs. I though i might be out 180, so I re-aligned everything and i'm still at the same result. I am guessing that this is a result of stamping the valves with the piston.

On a side note, I tried to reverse the pressure by hooking my compressor up and increasing pressure up to 130 lbs but didn't hear anything leaking so I'm not 100%.

I'll take any input here as I'd much hope I didn't fry 3 cylindars.

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The front pulley has come of the the cog but split into 2 parts and hit the timing belt
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