Pulley Removal for a Honda Crank?

Answer 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 »

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

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 »

Honda Crankshaft Pulley Removal?

It is not uncommon for crankshaft pulleys on cars with an exceptional number of miles to need replacing. They can, however, be difficult to get at and remove by yourself. Luckily, with the right to... Read More »

Crank Pulley Problems?

A crankshaft pulley refers to the main pulley that attaches to the front of the crankshaft, which is used to drive such parts as the alternator and air pump. Crank pulleys can develop problems that... Read More »

How to Get the Crank Pulley Off of an Accord?

The crank pulley, which is short for crankshaft pulley, will have to be removed from your Honda Accord if you are replacing the timing belt or front main seal. The crank pulley is only held on with... Read More »