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i'm under the car now and the chilton manual says to use Hardened bolts and stop the pulley with a crowbar in between them and a breaker bar to break

i've went through 2 sets of HARDENED bolts on the crank pulley. i've bent them crooked not allowing me to put enough pressure to break the bolt

what can you guys recommend i do to hold the crank pulley still?

its a '94 le with automatic non supercharged
 

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Make certain you know which way the pulley spins before trying this:
The trick I use is a socket and breaker bar on the crank bolt which is wedged against something stout. Spin the starter, and the crank unscrews the bolt for you. Also, time to start figuring out how you are going to keep the pulley from turning when it is time to torque the bolt on installation.
 
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