>Let me clarify my "pulley" situation a little bit. The notch is broken off
>the pulley, but I did pull it apart and align the pulley where the notch
>should be. The pulley is on flush and I torqued the bolt with a 1/2" bar
>breaker bar and a 3' pipe REAL tight. So I think it's on there correctly (if
>you discount my initial mistake). Someone else said they would rather go a
>little tight on the timing belt rather than loose. I definitely leaned
>towards the loose side which I am hoping is my noise and I just need to
>re-tension the belt a little bit....
Just how does one break a woodruff key that can handle over 6000psi? The
lower crank pully has nothing to do with timing belt tension. The
Woodruff key is there for a reason to prevent the crank from turning
while the cam is'nt. THe MC motor is a Interference engine, Meaning
your heading for a BIG buck repair. Stop driving the car and fix the
problem. As Scott said: LIKE NOW!