how can i get the crank shaft pulley bolt off. and is it left threaded. trying to put a new timing belt on.its a 1989 toyota corolla 16 valve carborated with single overhead cam.
Last edited by ufcguy25701; 06-19-2008 at 02:37 PM.
Lots Of Penetrating Oil
2001 mtx: sold to dexterzx2 11/19/11
1998 csvt: sold 2/25/12
1998 csvt #0129 port matched 3l swap, obx headers,ss obx ss y-pipe, hi-flow cat, trubendz catback w/ borla muffler,short shifter, 35w 5000k hids, optimized tb,BAt euro handling kit, hightowered headlights,short ram intake, tuned by nautilus performance
An impact wrench usually works. It is not left hand thread.
impact wrench is the only way i know how.
Find a different forum
Just listen to the guys above me, impact wrenchs do wonders
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use a breaker bar and wedge it against the frame of the car against the direction of rotation of the engine, and then quickly "tap" the starter. the torque of the starter should loosen about any stuck crank bolt. Worked great on my Miata and the many Volvo's I've worked on.
That will work. Use a 6 point socket, it will stay on better.
well ive been on this site since 2000 or alittle be4, this is a new user name since the site changed severs and the reason i post it on here is becuz there alot of good people on here who know what there talking about and could help me out with my friend car ......i got a 1998 zx2 well ive own about 3 so far and i love them there the best car out there 4 the price and they can be made to have alot of power , and sporty look tooMan, why do people come on here, and post about some random ass cars? He has one post. Why would you do that?
He probably is posting it on ever car forum he can find... LoL
Last edited by ufcguy25701; 06-21-2008 at 01:13 PM.
should have posted your old username so people actually know you were here before, otherwise it would have been kind of odd that someone posts on a zx2 forum about a corolla. Not that it never happens, haha.
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