On Saturday, March 16, 2013 10:36:44 AM you wrote:
> it hard), it will just barely get on the nut.. Leave the
> serpentine belt on to help in holding the shaft from
> rotating.. Strike the wrench in a loosening direction
> to 'break it loose',(may have to repeat a few times) then
> it is easy to continue loosening until it is off.
This might work for you. It didn't work for me. I think that was a combination
of my serpentine belt having 130K+ miles on it and that it was covered in
coolent fromt the leaking water pump I was repacing. The belt just didn't have
much grip on the pulley. But with $5 worth of materials from your local big
box hardware store, you can make a pin spanner to hold the pulley.
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