To remove a crank shaft pulley you need to first jack up the car. Next, remove the bold holding the crack shaft pulley in place and remove the unit. Reverse direction to put the new crank shaft pulley on your car.
Check the crank shaft pulley
To the right of the crank shaft pulley. You should see a single black wire going up from the pulley. All you need is a 10MM socket to remove it.
Honda Crank Pulley Tool 50mm. The part number is 646796 at DenLorsTools.com. There is a video that shows it in use.
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
LEFT! Surprisingly the bolt is a normal right-handed thread
I would recommend that you do put a crank shaft head on a crank shaft. Putting any other type of head on a crank shaft could possibly break the head.
That is not a Allen screw in there. That is part of the pump shaft. If you are looking to remove the pump pulley you will need a power steering pulley puller. This tool will help you remove it and replace it, without the puller you will damage the pulley or the pump or both.
it is to the right side of the crank shaft pulley it will have a connector to it held on by two bolts. you have to pull the crank pulley first. use a three hole puller, called a chicken foot, because it looks like a chicken foot. there will be little holes in the face of the pulley. the bolts needed will be 6mm about 4in long. the pulley will come off, remove the plastic piece covering the sensor and replace. do not pry on the pulley, it is easy to bend the teeth behind it, and it must be able to pass through the ridges on the new sensor. make sure it is the crank sensor you need to change before doing all this and not the cam shaft sensor, just above the crank sensor, they will both give the same problem. No spark. good luck.
The crank position sensor is behind the crank pulley. You need to remove the pulley, remove the plastic shield and remove two of the lower front cover bolts. Then you can remove the crank sensor. This proceedure is more complicated than it sounds. Check out the following website for a cam install and scroll down to where it talks about removing the harmonic balancer (crank pulley) http://www.mccgp.com/upgrades/caminstall/caminstall.php Hope this helps. "G"
take off the serpentine belt and crank pulley and you will need a harmonic balancer pulley to get it off.
remove the front passenger wheel, remove the crank pulley, remove the crank sensor. you may need a GM special tool to remove certain bolts