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Old 22 Feb 2008, 04:46 pm
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Default how do I keep the crank shaft from turning while loosening the center bolt on my Acura?

I tried jaming the cam shaft and now the timing belt is broken..oops!!
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 05:01 pm
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Make sure the transmission is in gear with the tires on the ground or on ramps.
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 05:16 pm
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U need a impact gun. air or electric impact gun will work only.
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Old 22 Feb 2008, 05:31 pm
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if the motor is out you have to use an impact gun and socket. if its in the car then put it in gear on the ground and get a big breaker bar
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