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Old 05-30-2006, 09:13 PM   #11
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O.K. I know it took forever,(as my wife keeps reminding me) but I started to replace the crank position sensor, and I need help on the removal. I'm ready to pull the balancer, but the instructions that came with the part say that you have to rotate it until the interrupter ring on rear of balancer aligns with sensor. Huh? I cant seem to find what this is referring to. HELP!! The drawing that is on the instructions only confuses me more. Do I pull the balancer first, then rotate. If so how? Thanks again!
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