[DML] Re: Crankshaft Pulley
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[DML] Re: Crankshaft Pulley



Hi

Here is a message posted on the DOCUK a while ago im sure it may be 
some help

KInd Regards

Mike
#2001

Here is the info. on the Flywheel		
holding tool. Check out www.Lasertools.co.uk. Part No.3203.	
	
Put a bolt through the slot into the lower mounting hole for	
	
the starter motor and put a nut on the other side, adjust the teeth
		
so they mesh with the flywheel. The engine is then locked. and the
		
pulley nut should be a lot easier to get off.		
Cost about £7. If needed to get off a stubborn nut use a Propane 
torch I( used burns MAPP gas. This burns extra hot and was better 
than my little propane blowlamp.)

		


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "edherrmann" <edherrmann@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Has anyone removed a crankshaft pully. I have the muffler out for 
more 
> clearance but how do I jam the flywheel so it will not turn. I 
read 
> there is a Volvo tool (5112) But I can't locate one. Do I have to 
> remove the starter or is their another way to stop the flywheel 
from 
> rotating. My car is an automatic. Thanks  ED
>








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