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Old 04-14-2002, 02:53 PM   #1
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Default Underdrive Pulley Install Help Quick

I have all my belts off and car is ready for me to take off my pulley. Instructions say to use proper tool to hold my flywheel from moving. I tried searching, but search isn't working. I have an automatic, so I can't just put it in gear and have a friend hold teh brakes, we tried that any just to be sure. I called all kinds of places and no one knows what to do, or what i am talking about. Any ideas? What tool of how exactly I hold the flywheel from moving?
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Old 04-15-2002, 01:53 PM   #2
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Old 04-15-2002, 03:44 PM   #3
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I went to a speed shop to do my pulley, so I would suggest that to you.
But if you really want to do this yourself, from what I saw them do was jam a screwdriver or something underneath where the flywheel moves and hold it down and keep it from not moving, while someone else turn/unbolts the OEM pulley. Believe me, if I had to do it..it would have taken awhile. That bolt seemed like it was welded down on there.
I posted about this maybe the the end of last year...try searching for underdrive pulley and automatics...if search works again. Also, try PMing i think he's nick is Jagcars on i-club... he has done it before by himself. hope that helps.
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