There is no access panel in the fender well to remove. Can't cut an access hole due to structural support that's incorperated into the fender well infront of the pulley.
Chilton manual said the motor had to be pulled to R&R the timing chain housing, but didn't address replacing the crank pulley. So, I don't know for sure and I am wondering if an expieranced mechanic knows a short cut instead of pulling the motor.
You can get a wrench on the pulley bolt, but I didn't have enough leverage to break it lose. Would the threats be reversed?
Saturday, October 13th, 2007 AT 6:19 PM