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Where is the crank pulley located on 91 civic dx?


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Where is the crank pulley located on a 1991 Honda civic dx

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It depends what engine you have but its typically on the front of the engine(th side where the belts are) and its on the front timing cover, sometimes under the crankshaft pulley,

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