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Where is the crankshaft pulley located?
Last Updated: 3rd June, 2020
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Subsequently, one may also ask, where is the crankshaft pulley?
The crankshaft pulley is bolted to the harmonic balancer and turns the belt, or belts, to operate other engine components like the alternator or air conditioning compressor. It is located at the end of the crankshaft near the bottom of the engine.
Beside above, how do you remove crankshaft pulley? Disassemble the crankshaft pulley You just have to place one end on the bolt-removing tool and slacken the bolt using an impact wrench. With the bolts included in your tool, you may now tighten the bolt remover tool. Keep doing this step until the crankshaft pulley is finally released.
Beside this, how do I know if my crankshaft pulley is bad?
Bad Crankshaft Pulley Symptoms
- 1) Engine Vibrations. The first symptom that will likely come up are engine vibrations.
- 2) Alternator Failure. The crankshaft pulley is responsible for powering the alternator.
- 3) Power Steering Pump Failure.
- 4) Transmission Damage.
- 5) Irregular Idle Engine Speed.
Is the crankshaft pulley supposed to turn?
The camshaft and crankshaft pulleys are directly attached to the engine (camshaft and crankshaft) and will only rotate if the engine is running or manually rotating the engine by placing a socket and breaker bar to the crankshaft pulley bolt.