my bad, I need to know how to remove the crankshaft pulley, and what's the torque. correct procedure of taking it off and putting it on.

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Asked by Jul 19, 2013 at 08:23 PM about the 2000 Toyota RAV4

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I thought it was the idler pulley, but its the crankshaft pulley

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To be sure I understand which one. Crankshaft should be (harmonic balancer) large pulley on bottom of motor. Shaft would appear to be coming out just above the oil pan. Is this the one you are trying to remove?

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we got it removed, do you know what the torque is to put it back on??

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http://partshighway.com/skin1/downloads/DorTorSpec.pdf -- according to this 110 lbs.

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Info found on page 4. Hope this helps. Drive safe.

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Why removing crankshaft pulley for belt replacement? Are you doing more than just replacing a worn belt?

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replacing the crank shaft dampner pulley, rubber is coming out and making other belts rub

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Oh ok. That makes since.

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thank you for your help.

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