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How do you remove the vibration damper on an ht4100 Cadillac?

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2008-06-02 11:37:21
2008-06-02 11:37:21

rent a puller rent a puller

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Remove the bolt then you need a heavy duty puller. They are a pain.

Start by disconnecting the negative battery cable at the battery. Remove the radiator. Remove the drive belts and crankshaft pulley. Remove the Vibration Damper (Harmonic Balancer) bolt. Use a puller and remove the Vibration Damper. Reverse these instructions to reassemble. (Tighten the Vibration Damper bolt to the correct torque)

Honda calls it a damper. If you want the front damper. Remove the brake hose clamps from the damper remove the damper pinch bolt (on the bottom). Remove the damper fork bolt. then remove the damper by removing the two 10 mm nuts on top. Do not try to Disassemble the Damper without a spring compressor.

You have to remove the Vibration Damper first, then you will have clear access to the Crank sensor. Make sure when you reinstall it, the wires don't get caught in the Damper assembly and you have clearance where the sensor mounts. Easy fix.

Depends on what type of vibration damper (crankshaft pulley) you have. Your local auto parts store probably has the one you need and can rent it to you.

Put front of car on stands or on lift. Remove wheels. Remove three or four (depending on model) strut/damper mount tower nuts (under hood). Remove strut/damper to spindle bolts. Remove damper/spring assembly and replace with new. You may replace it as a complete assembly or damper only. If you plan on replacing the damper only, you'll be required to remove spring from old damper and transplant it on to the new Cheers

The vibration damper pulley and the crankshaft pulley are pressed together with a rubber sleeve. They are held onto the crank by a key and keyway. I've never had to use a puller. Usually when you take the bolt out of the crank it will just wiggle off. I've never had one on their that tight that it wouldn't come off just with my hands.

Locate the crank sensor behind the vibration damper (crankshaft pulley). Unplug the wire harness connected to it. Remove the small bolt holding the sensor in place. Remove the sensor.

Just remove the bolt holding it on.

with a damper or harmonic balancer puller found at your local auto store

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I am assuming this is a 3.0L or 3.3L or 3.8L (90 degree) V6 engine. Remove the crankshaft vibration damper. There is a plastic shiels there, yank it off. You now are looking at the crank sensor. To remove the above mentioned damper, you should use a special tool designed for this purpose. If not available, you need a functional brain, generic 2 or 3 BOLT type puller with three bolts, and some time to think about what you will break if you screw this up. If you use a jaw puller, you deserve to buy a new damper anyway. Rubber is just plain obviously not as strong as steel.


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