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1999 Accord - Crankshaft Pulley

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Old 08-04-2007, 05:25 AM
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where can i find a diagram of the pulley system? wife's 1999 accord, one pully completely came off and i am not sure what is called what...tia
 
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where can i find a diagram of the pulley system? wife's 1999 accord, one pully completely came off and i am not sure what is called what...tia
Service amnual, owners manual.
 
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Old 08-04-2007, 01:52 PM
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i don't have the service manual and it is not in the owner's manual.
 
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Old 08-04-2007, 02:06 PM
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Well I don't have an image but I can tell you that if you are facing that side of the motor the bottom most right pulley (and the largest) is your camshaft pulley, top left should be either the alternator or the A/C (A/C has some metal lines running to it, alternator just has wires) and those are the three main ones. How'd the pulley break anyway? Can you post a picture?
 
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i don't have the service manual and it is not in the owner's manual.
Look again, I just checked, it's there.
 
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Old 08-04-2007, 10:14 PM
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How's this? The one that's shown separate from the engine (#2)is for cars without air conditioning.

The top pulley with it's own belt is power steering. The other belt drives the alternator & below it, the air condition compressor.

 
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sir_nasty & Jim:

yeah, it's the lowest (camshaft) pulley that came off. it fell off while she was on the freway.

http://www.iamiles.com/images/_DSC3143e.jpg (edited)
http://www.iamiles.com/images/_DSC3143.jpg (larger)

Chiovnidca, you're right it is in the owner's manual.

 
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damn thats <expletive deleted> up did anythin happen to you dawg?
 
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That's the crankshaft pulley. The camshaft is way up top under the cover that says VTEC. It's pulley is under the black plastic cover.

But your crankshaft pulley fell off... !! Wow. Don't run the engine without it.
 
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Old 08-06-2007, 03:22 AM
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Jim,
okay, crankshaft pulley it is. is it a D-I-Y type job or just let the professional handle it? if it is a D-I-Y, any suggestions?

well, it's probably has nothing to do with my wife's driving (although this is her third car that she broke)...hehehe.


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That's the crankshaft pulley. The camshaft is way up top under the cover that says VTEC. It's pulley is under the black plastic cover.

But your crankshaft pulley fell off... !! Wow. Don't run the engine without it.
 

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