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How do you get the crank shaft pully and balancer off a 1994 43L v-8 caprice classic if you are trying to change the timing chain?

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2005-10-18 23:05:52
2005-10-18 23:05:52

You need a special tool, a harmonic balancer puller. Go to Autozone and they will usually lend you one for free. VBD

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