on the Chrysler engine (420a) you do need a puller and installer to deal with the crankshaft dampener pulley.
After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.
Remove the center nut, often you'll need to use an impact wrench so plan on getting other stuff out of the way. Borrow, rent or buy a wheel puller. There should be a couple threaded holes in the dampener pulley for you to connect the puller. The puller should easily remove the dampener pulley for you. Good luck.
The dual Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor is mounted to the front of the engine, attached to an aluminum bracket mounted to the left side of the engine at the timing chain cover. A 4-wire connector plugs into the sensor, connecting it to the ignition control module.AnswerThe crankshaft senser is located under the dampener pulley. Remove the serpentine belt. Remove right front wheel. Remove plastic access cover that's behind that wheel. With an impact wrench remove dampener pulley bolt. With an Dampener pulley puller remove pulley. There is a plastic cover that snaps in place over the senser, remove it, and you will have access to the senser.Eric
The crankshaft pulley on a PT Cruiser bolts on. After removing the vehicle belt and pulley bolt, use a pulley puller to break the pulley loose and remove it.
You will need a special 3 jaw puller and an insert for the puller to push against.
Depending on engine displacement in general remove belt-s then bolt holding pulley to the crankshaft then using a puller remove the pulley, when installing use a installer not a hammer to put the pulley on the crankshaft.
The timing chain cover IS the oil pump. You need to remove the dampener pulley (that's the pulley that drives the serpentine belt) then you can remove the timing chain cover/oil pump.
It is fairly difficult to change a water pump on a Chrysler Cirrus. First, you remove the crankshaft pulley, remove one engine mount, take off the timing belt, and finally gain access to the pump. You can then feel free to switch them out.
You have to unscrew the tensioner bolt and remove the serpentine belt first, then change the pulley and replace the belt.You have to unscrew the tensioner bolt and remove the serpentine belt first, then change the pulley and replace the belt.
To change the alternator on a 1997 Chrysler LHS, first detach the negative battery cable using a wrench and loosen the alternator lower mounting bolt. Next, remove the upper radiator support and loosen the alternator pivot bolt. Then, slip the belt off the alternator's pulley and remove the alternator mounting bolt.
You use an impact wrench or breaker bar and spanner to remove the bolt.. a special insert is placed were the bolt was. Then a three jaw puller is used to pull the pulley off.
You remove no pulleys. Just loosen the belt and then remove the alternator.
Take off belt, remove bolt in center of pulley, replace with new pulley (comes with bearing). Reverse to install Take off belt, remove bolt in center of pulley, replace with new pulley (comes with bearing).
There is a power steering pulley puller that only uses the hub portion to remove it from the pump shaft. An auto parts store should have such a tool for rent or purchase.
Remove belt If you just want to change pulley remove center bolt - it is usually LEFT hand thread If you want to change entire unit remove bolt at spring - usually RIGHT hand thread
You can change an idler pulley on a 2001 Monte Carlo by first, removing the negative cable from the battery. Using a socket wrench, loosen the tension adjustment bolt. Slide the serpentine belt away from the pulley. Remove?æthe center bolt, and remove the pulley from the engine. Replace the pulley,?æreturn and tighten the bolts, and replace the serpentine belt.
It requires a three jaw puller and a special tool that is inserted in place of the bolt.
Raise the left front of the van then remove the wheel and the rubber splash shield. Remove the drive belt and the bolt that retains the pulley to the crankshaft next use a puller to remove the pulley. On installing it you need an installer don't hammer on it, I have seen that done and the crank destroyed. Depending on your location parts stores will loan or rent the puller and installer.
You need to get a special harmonic balancer pulley. You can rent them from AutoZone for $70 (you get it back when you return it)...a normal harmonic balancer pulley WILL NOT work. Chrysler vehicles have their own pulley. It's a fairly simple procedure once you have the right pulley.
Remove the fuel tank
The easiest way to access the pulley is to remove the front right wheel and fender liner. The pulley will be right behind the liner.
Lift car on jack stands, remove right wheel for better access,remove any belts, remove pulley bolt, then use a pulley remover to remove pulley, carefully pry out old seal thebn tap in new seal with mallet or plastic hammer, if pulley has ridges on it you may have to replace pulley or you might still have leaks. reinstall pulley,bolt, belts and wheel. Good Luck.
You need a special tool, pulley puller and installer to remove the pulley first then you remove both hose and bolts to remove the pump, then install new pump and hoses, bolts and finally install the pulley with the special tool, never try to hammer in the pulley, if you do new pump will brake
remove all belts,tensioners etc, remove pulley bolt, use HARMONIC BALENCER PULLEY to remove - DO NOT USE NORMAL PULLEY REMOVER - must be pulled from center of pulley not from outer edge