Since I will be replacing my harmonic balancer, is there any special procedure I should be aware of ? It looks pretty straight foreward since i have done them on other cars. What are the torque specs? Any info is greatly appreciated.
No, just use a harmonic balencer puller to remove the old one. Grease up the hole in the new balencer, grease under the stock bolt head & washer and pull the assembly on with a wrench. Do not pound it on- the balencer will be destroyed. Use stock bolt torque (don't have it here). Don't polish out the hole for an easier fit- the balencer relies on an interference fit to work. I loosen the front cover so the crank seal self-centers on the balencer seal surface, then after the balencer is in place, I retighten the front cover. Note- all this can be done with the engine in the car, but its easier if the passenger seat is gone- gives more room. Good luck- J DeRyke
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