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Old 11-02-2003, 01:02 AM   #1
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I have a 92 Bonneville SSE supercharged...and it was puttering and sputtering, and I need to change the crankshaft position sensor...except for one thing...I need a puller for the harmonic balancer...does anyone have one I can use, because I can't seem to find it ANYWHERE!!!!!...please help, and I will greatly appriciate it..thank u
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Autozone may be able to loan you the right one...
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I tried there, they odtn have it either :(
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hey i just did the exact same thing. code 341. i still have the code though. i used an autozone puller with 6mm screws that were about 5 in long.
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I have a 92 Bonneville SSE supercharged...and it was puttering and sputtering, and I need to change the crankshaft position sensor...except for one thing...I need a puller for the harmonic balancer...does anyone have one I can use, because I can't seem to find it ANYWHERE!!!!!...please help, and I will greatly appriciate it..thank u
Most Series I'* don't need a puller! Gm'* is specially designed for the Series II'* as these engines use metric bolt threads & slightly different bolt pattern. You'll also need an alignment tool to properly gap the space between the sensor & pulley too BTW!
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i had to use a puller with mine. i have seen some older ones that it just slide right off. you just need a standard flange style puller and 3 long 6mm bolts. just make sure that you have the crank bolt in the hole a few threads and use it to push off of with the puller, you defintly dont want to screw up the crank threads. also check the balancer and see if the rubber is cracking on it. i just replaced my balancer due to this. GM redesigned the balancer
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