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Crank Pulley Removal

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by b16GSR, Mar 28, 2008.

  1. b16GSR

    b16GSR B Series Guru

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    Can anyone give me a detailed walkthrough on how to get the crank pulley off of a b16a. My friend has a CRX with it and he cannot get the bolt off. Thanks
     
  2. MRMOCOS

    MRMOCOS New Member

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    If the tranny is off this is how I take it off.
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  3. BrokenRex

    BrokenRex New Member

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    I used a $300 craftsman impact. without air power, i would have put the car in gear, and have someone get in and hold the brake pedal, this way the engine cant turn over without turning a wheel. if someone is preventing the wheels from turning, you lock your engine in place (so long as the clutch is NOT pressed). use a couple 1/2" drive extentions and the largest breaker bar you could find. I've used a breaker bar and the handle to my jack with varied success in the past
    , but i dont recomend stressing the breaker bar that much. with the vehicle in the air, front wheels off, and plastic wheel well trim removed, you have a straight shot at the pulley.
     
  4. b16chaser

    b16chaser New Member

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    grab impact gun (675 ft.lb.tq, 21 gal air compressor, with 100 psi at the gun, thats what i used 2-3 weeks ago)

    and blast that baby, she'll break lose, have someone hold pulley, keep it from turning, make sure you use a impact socket, regular socket will break (trust me)

    that dont work,,,,,take it to your local auto repair shop,,,,,,or to your local dealer

    next time do a search, saves everyone time
     
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