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Old 24 Jun 2011, 12:36 pm
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Default manually turning the crankshaft

hi again... so I got my head back from the machine shop and am putting the timing belt back on.. but how do you guys turn the crank shaft... I was able to do it by hand to get to tdc, but I'm not gonna be able to do two full revolutions like that... do I really need some special tool???

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Old 24 Jun 2011, 05:55 pm
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Default Re: manually turning the crankshaft

Hello, Haynes manual, says you can use a breaker bar with a socket. also remove all spark plugs it will make it easier to rotate the engine by hand.
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Old 24 Jun 2011, 07:57 pm
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Default Re: manually turning the crankshaft

A 19mm socket on the balancer bolt and a 1/2" ratchet wrench or breaker bar. Be sure to turn clockwise...
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