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Re: Timing belt trick
The hole I used on my '87 (MC engine) was right on top of the bell housing.
You needed quite a long bolt to get to the flywheel. You can see that the bell
housing is higher at that point, thus more thickness between the outer edge
and the flywheel. I ended up using a starter bolt (from a VW) but I heard that
a transmission bolt also works. The diameter of the bolt I used was something
like 3/8ths or 5/16ths of an inch (just a guess).
David Malinovsky wrote:
> I was wondering if someone could tell me the transmission bolt trick in
> order to remove the crankshaft pulley on the I5 engine. I was sent the
> directions by e-mail but I can't find the hole I'm supposed to use. I'm
> assuming that the hole is on the left side of the engine (driver's
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