crank pully removal?

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Asked by Oct 13, 2007 at 10:49 AM about the 1995 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

which way does the crank pully nut come off, left thread or right?

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I believe the thread on these is standard, but you will probably need a tool to hold the pulley and keep the crankshaft from turning while you break the nut loose with a breaker bar. Try not to use an impact tool to avoid damaging the crankshaft or other components. Good luck.

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i did mine by puttin it in the air. have someone inside. pull the ebrake. put the car in first gear while pushing ont he brake. have a big ass cheater bar. and push till you hear it snap loose..lol puttin ina new crank shaft pully?? ~Earnie~

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