I'm assuming that you mean the Harmonic Balancer on the Crankshaft?? If so, You have to use a Chain Wrench to hold the pulley from turning while you loosen the bolt. Wrap Duct Tape around the pulley to not damage the pulley with the chain. Once you remove the bolt, use at least a 5 or 6 inch gear puller. Remember to put the bolt back in a few turns so you have a resting place for the center bolt of the gear puller. Caution: Don't allow the pulley to turn CCW at any time.
Removing the radiator makes life much easier for this job.
i have 1995 4x4 geo tracker with a bad auto transmission will a auto transmission out 1998 4x4 geo tracker fit in 1995
Yes it should.
The 1996 Geo Tracker 1.6 liter engine timing marks can be found on the outside of the main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the pulley.
get a bigger hammer
yes a,90-99,willfit a geo tracker.
just remove the water pump not the timing cover
No airbags in the 1995.
You don't, it is controlled by the ECM.
in the distributor
no, it will not. A Samurai and a Tracker are different body styles. The Suzuki Sidekick is the same body style as the Geo Tracker and those hard tops are interchangeable.
All 1995 GEO Trackers have a clutch cable that is adjustable instead of a clutch reservior filled with hydraulic fluid.
www.troublecodes.net Good luck I have a 1995 firstname.lastname@example.org
In the glove box as are all older trackers
I don't know what a thermal flasher is.
the maximum speed is around 89
yes it has one in the wheel and one on the dash board
it should be 4 to 5 quarts
16 valve 1.6 liter 4 cylinder.
(1995) ( Geo) ( tracker ),the wheel light comes on with the hubs locked in and the shifter in , but the 4 wheel drive does not appear to be locking in.