Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: hiding from those who might be looking for me
I dont own Hyundai car, I drive everybody else Hyundai during day
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Majority of the time it is not the roll pin,,, it is the damper overlap on the crank cog that is stuck... you do not state which engine you playing with, but if 2.7, you can re-use the cog if you get it out of pulley without damage, just be sure to clean the nose of the cog and the ID of the crank pulley where they fit together..
If 3.5,,, you likely broke the crank position sensor, and now have 3 loose pieces of crank sprocket.. Dont try to recycle.. buy a new part..
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