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Old 04-07-2008, 11:23 AM   #1
foch
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Default Crankshaft pully question...

Hi,

I'm gearing up to replace my first Subaru timing belt (1995 Legacy, 173,000+ miles, AT).

I've read about the 'bump the starter' method for loosening the crankshaft pully nut. Sounds like a a good trick.

But if I use this method, how would I hold the pully to properly torque the nut?

Thanks.
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:43 AM   #2
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Search the forums for the 4EAT inspection hole.

I am not sure of your car has a 4EAT, but I would suspect that the transmission has a similar hole that had a rubber plug covering it where you can look down at the Torque Converter.

You find that hole, Jam something really long and sturdy in it like a crowbar, and tighten/loosen away.


MAKE SURE YOU TORQUE YOUR CRANK PULLEY DOWN TO SPEC

You don't want a wobbler that eventually shears the end of the woodruff key.

Good Luck and use the Force.
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:48 AM   #3
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I just did it on my AT, just get a breaker bar, theres a why to stick a screw driver to the left of the pulley, so when yo loosen it the pulley will not move. Then your all set.
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