The best method for removing the crankshaft pulley retainer bolt is with an impact gun/wrench. 1. Remove the tire on the driver's side of the car. There is an access slot on the side of the wheelwell where you can insert a socket with an extension onto the bolt and remove it. 2. BOLT SIZE IS 17MM. Use an impact socket, as anything less may split under the impact of the wrench torque. Additionally, there is a specialized tool that is designed to hold the pulley while turning the bolt, but this tool may not be necessary if an impact wrench is used. An indicator that you may need the specialized tool is if the pulley itself rotates as you use the impact wrench in your attempt to remove the bolt.
Impact wrench. It's the ONLY thing that works.
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.
with a key
Break the window with an iron wrench.
You have to purchase a special pulley puller from Dodge, other wise you will break the pulley when you try to pull it off.
Your will have to loosen up the alternator, and take off the alternator belt from around the crankshaft pulley. To get the crankshaft pulley bolt off, you will have to use in impact wrench on it. Should be on the driver side of the car. Also it is a regular threaded bolt. The torque on it from the factory is around 115lb/ft. You will need a 17mm Impact socket and a good impact wrench. It will not break loose easily if there is rust on it like most that are 20 years old. Even with penetrating oil it will not be an easy job. Use care when working with the crankshaft pulley as it is old and will crack easily as well.
yes simply break the window
a safety break
It means the light bulb(s) on the rear break lights have gone out and your rear break lights do not come on when you depress the brake pedal. Just replace both rear break lights and the sensor will go off. This happened on my 2002 Honda Accord.
yes a Honda Accord is more reliable than a Passat. Although Volkswagens are very reliable as well they will cost alot more to fix when they do break down.
Left drivers side kick panel next to the break pedal.
It is located under the dashboard above the break pedal. It has a gray bottom to it.
use an impact and it will break the bolt lose. You will have to mod or buy a tool to torque it down to spec
Yes... when the timing belt breaks... the valves will bend and/or break. All Honda's do that!
Because the Accord 1991 has an interference engine, the pistons will hit the valves and either bend them or break them or both if the timing belt breaks.
Blown lamp or fuse. Poor connection. Switch not working. Break in circuit
The lug nut torque for a 1994 Honda Accord Wagon is approximately 80 ft pounds. It is important not to over tighten as the studs may break if mishandled.
You need a special harmonic damper puller. It's a variant of a basic 3-jaw puller that it made stronger so that it wont break.
You will need an 8 foot breaker bar and a chain wrench to break the bolt loose. Secure the wrench with the breaker bar and pull down hard.
i removed it buy placeing a braker bar on the nut and wedgeing it against the frame of the car then click the starter one or two times that should break it loose
it is internal and u must break the case to change it, best have the fluid changed by a pro, flushed out by the dealer is best
yes hi, removing the crankshaft pulley from the engine is not an easy task. firstly you have to remove the flywheel cover plate, this is fixed by 4 bolts, then you have to jam a large screwdriver or similar type tool into the flywheel teeth, thus jamming the engine from turning. using a 17mm socket and a large power bar you unscrew the main bolt that affixes the pulley in place, sometimes it can help if you have a helper to jam the flywheel. DO NOT, try to jam the crankshaft pulley as it is fragile and will break. Hope this all helps Additional information: the best way to remove the crank shaft pulley is the following: 1: Remove a spark plug and insert a section of rope into the cylinder leaving some of the rope outside so that you will be able to remove the rope once you have completed the removal and reinstallion of the new pulley. The reason you are placing rope into the cylinder is to allow the piston to compress on to the rope thus keeping the crank shaft from spining while you attemp to remove the bolt on the pulley. 2. The bolt which has been installed to 134 ft/lbs is removed by turning the bolt counter clock-wise. 3. Assuming you are removing the pulley because when the engine is running the pulley is not spinning the pulley will come off very easy once you have remove the bolt. If not you will want to use a tool to remove the pulley. Be array that the key is intergrated into the pulley so if it has been sheered off you will need to replace the pulley.
If you pry up on the pulley with a bar on each side of it and while keeping pressure on the pulley, hit the end of the shaft that the pulley is on with a brass mallet, the pulley will usually break free.
If you do it your self you can save a lot of money, I had all four replaced for just under 49.oo