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Old 09-09-2007, 08:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3rd Generation Crank Shaft Bolt

Hello all,
is the crankshaft pulley bolt a normal right hand, or
is it a left hand bolt ? I have a 94 4cyl. camry.
Ive read a lot about gettin it loose but havent seen
anything about if its right or left hand. Thanks,
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Hello all,
is the crankshaft pulley bolt a normal right hand, or
is it a left hand bolt ? I have a 94 4cyl. camry.
Ive read a lot about gettin it loose but havent seen
anything about if its right or left hand. Thanks,
It's a normal bolt that you can loose by turning counterclockwise. (at least on 99 I4)
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Thanks hoiskii, gonna work on it tomorrow.
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normal for the gen 3 models as well.
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I used an electric impact to remove the bolt, my air impact wouldnt budge it!
Put a new pulley on, engine is runnin smoothe again, 240,000 mi. and still goin!
THANKS for the info & help !
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