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Old 08-08-2006, 01:32 AM
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Default Is 94 accord crankshaft pully bolt reverse threaded??

Trying to remove crankshaft pully bolt from a 94 Accord 4cyl. Is bolt reverse threaded? Please help...
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Default RE: Is 94 accord crankshaft pully bolt reverse threaded??

If your 94 is the same as our 92, no, it is not reverse.

You'd be well-served to read this thread:
http://www.hondaaccordforum.com/How_...m_23717/tm.htm
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Trying to remove crankshaft pully bolt from a 94 Accord 4cyl. Is bolt reverse threaded? Please help...
definately NOT reverse threads .. but it is a son of a gun to remove ..
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thats a mean b huh? lol........if you go to the dealership they have a special tool for it that make removing it a snap. its 80 bucks but mine has been worth it. do you see the indentations in the crank pulley how it looks like you can put a big socket in there? well you can and honda has just the tool
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Old 12-04-2006, 10:14 PM
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Default RE: Is 94 accord crankshaft pully bolt reverse threaded??

I too am trying to remove that crank bolt (to fix an oil leak). I just bought (Harbor Freight) a 625 lb. 1/2" air impact gun and a 5.6 SCFM@90 air compressor, and some impact deep wells, $200 cheap. I got the crankshaft holding toll on ebay for $28. I've never used air tools before- wish me luck!!
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Old 12-04-2006, 10:33 PM
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Good luck!! Hold on tight. The first time I used an impact wrench, I damn near broke my wrist lol. And since then I have always used two hands.
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Good luck!! Hold on tight. The first time I used an impact wrench, I damn near broke my wrist lol. And since then I have always used two hands.
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Old 12-05-2006, 01:01 PM
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thanks for the advice. Should I brace the motor to protect the motor mounts?
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You don't need to brace the engine. The torque exerted by the engine through the mounts to the chassis of the car during normal operation is far greater than anything that relatively tiny little toy wrench will exert.

You can at first try removing the bolt without the holder. The holder will be more useful when you tighten the bolt upon re-assembly.

Don't be surprised if the bolt doesn't spin out right off the bat. If it doesn't, just let the wrench pound away for awhile. Don't lose hope - it WILL eventually loosen.

You should have an air compressor with enough capacity to drive the wrench for at least a couple of minutes of full-power operation. Unfortunately, I think a pretty big unit is required to do that.

Good luck, and please post your results.
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