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crankshaft pulley bolt loose

This is a discussion on crankshaft pulley bolt loose within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i found out today that my crankshaft pulley bolt is loose. can anyone recommend a tool for tightening this thing ...

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    crankshaft pulley bolt loose

    i found out today that my crankshaft pulley bolt is loose. can anyone recommend a tool for tightening this thing up? a standard 15/16" socket doesn't give me enough clearance; the rack and pinion is in the way. Thanks for your help.

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    a 3" ext. and a 24mm socket should work. use some blue lock tight. is it a stick or auto? if its an auto, you're gonna have to find a way to keep the motor from turning. if its a stick, put it in 4th and put the ebrake on. and tighten away. did u recently remove it? its best to buy a new bolt..they're no more than 5-6 bucks.

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