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Old 05-09-2015, 08:18 PM   #1
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Default Need help... Stuck crankshaft pulley

2002 f150 5.4 2v trying to change timing components and during tear down I cannot remove the crank pulley... The 3/4 inch bolt came out no problem, but it thrashed the puller I used to get the pulley off! Wouldn't budge, tried pb blaster soaking and gentle head on tappingwith no avail... Ahh tricks out there?
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You need a harmonic balancer puller
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Did you remove the large washer behind the bolt? If not, it can't pull it off. The picture above still has the washer in front of the crankshaft.
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So now that I feel like an idiot, is the pulley likely to have been damaged. Should it be replaced just to be safe, it's $80 ,so wouldn't be a big deal
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No. If the rubber isnt being pushed out it will be fine.
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