How to Remove the Crank Pulley Screw in a Honda Civic?

Answer The crankshaft---a piece of a vehicle that is often called simply the "crank"---is a part of your Honda Civic that converts the reciprocating motion of your vehicle's pistons into a rotating motion... Read More »

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How to Remove a Crank Pulley Screw?

A crankshaft pulley screw, or bolt, is what holds in place a vehicle's harmonic balancer, the device that's connected to an engine's crankshaft to absorb mechanical vibrations. A crank pulley screw... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Damper Pulley on a 2001 Honda Civic?

The front damper pulley on a 2001 Honda Civic, otherwise known as the harmonic balancer, is secured to the crankshaft with a single 19mm bolt. The harmonic balancer is used for dampening the harmon... Read More »

How to Remove a Crankshaft Pulley From a 1987 Honda Civic?

The 1987 Honda Civic crankshaft pulley is a stinker to remove. Honda may have been a little over-cautious in their design department. It has a large 19 mm bolt securing it with 130 foot pounds of t... Read More »

Pulley Removal for a Honda Crank?

The Honda engine runs the belts that operate the engine accessories with a pulley attached to the crankshaft by a large nut. The nut is screwed on with 130 foot-pounds of torque. There is no way, w... Read More »