Tool for turning crank?
dak at rochester.rr.com
Sun Jul 20 10:29:42 EDT 2003
Don't forget to unscrew the brake cooling ducts (if you still have them)
before trying to slide the bumper off.
Jonas Majauskas wrote:
> On Sat, 19 Jul 2003, Steve Scalmanini wrote:
>>What does anyone use to hand turn the crank a few degrees
>>at a time?
>>I can't get the head of a ratchet or breaker bar onto a
>>socket on the crank bolt becaust there is too little space
>>between the end of the socket and the aux. radiator. An
>>offset box-end wrench would be perfect but I can't find
>>one that large (27mm; 1 1/16").
>>What do you use?
> Just remove front bumper, only two bolts hold it. Do not forget to
> disconnect turn signal lights. Then unbolt aux radiator (four nuts). Do
> not disconnect water hoses - there is no need. Leave the aux radiator to
> hang on the water hoses. There should be enough space to access the crank
> bolt from the front.
> 80q, 1984
> 200tq20v, 1990
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