If you still are having trouble with this.
Use an impact wrench to remove it.
If you do not own one rent from a auto parts store.
And use RED loctite thread locker when reinstalling.
If all else fails get a good breaker bar and a cheater bar and a crank pulley holding tool from a auto parts store.
Do NOT use a ratchet you will just break your tool and be in deeper dookey!
No. Counter clockwise to loosen. It is very tight.
No, but it is very hard to get loose.
No it is not.
The crankshaft position sensor is located at the lower left hand side of the crankshaft pulley. The crankshaft pulley is the large pulley located in the center lower portion of the front of the engine.
remove 22mm center bolt its regular thread there are 2 threaded holes in pulley you will need the right pulley remover with the right bolts for the pulley you can get this at most parts stores make sure to not mess up crankshaft bolt threads
No. But it's tight.
it is a pulley located on the front end of the crankshaft,ussually at the bottom of the engine.this pulley is the one that drives the accesories and drives the oil pump on some cars.it is held on to the crankshaft by a bolt wich is right hand threaded on most engines.also has a seal and a woodruff key,the seal will keep the oil from leaking and the key so the pulley does not turn around.and it is also called crankshaft pulley.
remove center bolt and use the required puller
open the hood the very bottom pulley at the center of the engine bolts to the crankshaft
NO, IT'S JUST VERY TIGHT.
Not all crankshaft pulley bolts are left hand thread. In my experience if it is a left hand thread the bolt head normally has an L stamped on it to notify the direction of thread
The crankshaft pulley is the large pulley on the lower passenger side of the engine.
You will probably need to use a puller. There should be threaded holes on either side of the center hole. It needs to be the H type of puller, not one that grabs around the outside rim. That kind will pull the pulley apart.
Disconnect the battery and remove the fan assembly and crankshaft belts. Remove the center bolt from the pulley and use a crankshaft pulley remover to pull off the pulley. You can usually borrow one from an auto parts store.
the crankshaft sensor is located behind the crank pulley. the bottom pulley
The crankshaft pulley has broken causing the outer ring to slide forward into the fan assy. replace your crankshaft pulley and all will be well
no they are not! the only bolt that maight be left tread is the fan clutch and only on some models not all.
36mm wrench and a holder for the pulley. The fan is reverse threaded on a diesel.
The crankshaft pulley unbolts from the harmonic balancer. The harmonic balancer can be removed from the crankshaft with a 3 bolt puller.
The crankshaft pulley is the lowest pulley on the engine. Looking at the engine from the front which is looking at it from the passenger side fender the crank pulley is on the bottom of the engine and has a pulley with a pulley behind it with teeth on it.
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.
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).
Power steering belt to crankshaft pulley. Alternator belt to water pump pulley and to crankshaft. A/C compressor belt to power steering pump and to crankshaft pulley. Smog/Air pump belt to water pump pulley. This is for a truck that had a 2 grove power steering pulley, a 2 grove water pump pulley and a 3 grove crankshaft pulley................