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Old 09-25-2006, 06:08 PM   #31
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Buy, rent, borrow... yes. You need a crank/harmonic balancer/duckfoot puller and three M6x1 60 to 70mm long bolts.
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Buy, rent, borrow... yes. You need a crank/harmonic balancer/duckfoot puller and three M6x1 60 to 70mm long bolts.
ok, sorry, I edited after you posted, how does it work?
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Remove crank bolt, slide deep well socket into crank bolt hole that won't get stuck, slide M6 bolts with large washers through slots in puller, thread them into the holes hiding behind the slots in the balancer so that the face of the puller is parallel and the M6 are threaded in equally, then tighten the center puller bolt against the socket in the bolt hole till the balancer pops off.
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This look right?

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Yep. Take good measurements of where the slots are with respect to the crank before you remove the old sensor so you can make sure the new one is right. Or did you happen to get the elusive crank sensor adjustment tool? I did without it, and heard three little scrapes over the engine the first time I started it. But it still runs right.
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Crank sensor adjustment tool?!
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John, looks like they sold you the more expensive one "with bracket".

Adjustment

JW..how did you measure to try and align this sensor?



I 3> my series two that has no adjustment.
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I used a thread gage to make the ends of the closest slot to the crank the same distance away. You can use whatever, I liked the thread gage because the teeth gave me a "biting" surface so I wouldn't slip a little.

DJ, you might not have to worry about it since yours came on a bracket, but measure just to make sure.
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HELP!



Ok:

1) camshaft sensor. CODE 41 Where is it located? There is NO mention of a camshaft sensor in the FSM'*

2) crankshaft sensor CODE 19 was replaced a couple of years ago. I have purchaesd another one already (as stated above). What are the chances has already failed?
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I thought we already had this figured out...

This pic is sideways, but this is the timing cover. The hole on the left is for the crank shaft. The water pump is on the left. A quarter inch up and to the left of the water pump hub is the cam sensor. Easy to remove, just one bolt holds its teardrop shaped flange in place. Once you got it off, put a large ratchet on the crank bolt and turn clockwise untill you see a nub or a hole in the cam gear.



If your crank sensor is misaligned a little bit and being nicked by the pulley rings, it could die.
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