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Re: Crank bolt
On 25 Jul 1996, Neil Swanson wrote:
> Here is how I do it. Pull off coil wire or kill the fuel pump whatever. Put a
> breaker bar and socket on the bolt. Put the breaker bar against the ground on
> the drivers side or in the engine compartment, depends on car.
> Turn the key. Zoom, the bolt is loose. Always works. Never fails etc. Done
> it soooooo many times.
> I haven't looked to see if I can't. No room for socket? Anyone done it this
Bingo. Ive done several dozen EXACTLY this way. As far as Im concerned,
its the **ONLY** way to get a crank bolt off. Fast, accurate, reliable.
be carefull though, it can be dangerous!
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- Crank bolt
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