how to remove timing belt pulley bolt?

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Asked by Oct 16, 2009 at 07:03 PM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have an eg and i tried for a hour to remove the pulley bolt, not the belt sproket to change my belt. i tried using a 1/2" drive impact gun and also used a breaker bar with an extra long cheater bar. Any suggestions, please?

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r u talkin abt the cam or the crank ??if the crank u r talkin abt so u should use a puller and spray WD40 , DONT heat it up coz u may screw the crank seal try it and let me know

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thanks for the tip, but i took it off by jaming the flywheel and using a cheater bar. btw wd40 wont work 'cause it only lubes the outside, not the threads.

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