|05-22-2014 12:42 PM|
|catso||This thread gives a special meaning to "the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray"...............|
|05-21-2014 11:06 PM|
Welcome to FF catso!
Can you wonder if I cringed the last time someone bent a timing pin?
Grumpy gets most of the credit, miss seeing him here. Quite the worldwide effort at the time.
|05-21-2014 10:26 PM|
|catso||Epic thread indeed! I've been wrenching for many a year and have encountered lots of adversity, but I must say this crew was very tenacious in resolving the many issues that came up. This thread should be required reading for all starting mechanics and used in teaching "Timing Belt 101" to all Focus owners.|
|08-17-2012 07:50 AM|
Yes it does turn CC. So the next time look at a new harmonic bolt to see how the threads are laying on the bolt.[left or right threaded]. Another lesson learned about life...!
|08-17-2012 07:36 AM|
|nilskje||Just for the fun (of this epic thread)a 23mm bimetal holesaw on a drill grinds off the "solid" washer on the cranshaft pulley bolt in no time, did so tdy, after reading the original post, and almost kiling my impact...|
|01-22-2011 12:40 PM|
To loosen the bolt it turns counter clockwise. I put a large screw driver behind the balancer (dont pry it) and it popped loose. When pulling it off dont smash your knuckle like I did. Ouch!!! Impact gun works wonders
|09-06-2010 11:41 AM|
|sailor||Posted via FF MobileEpic for sure, when someone started down the same path recently more than one here said "read up & don`t repeat this!" (grin)|
|09-06-2010 08:37 AM|
|G8 Ray||It is an epic thread though. I read the whole thread this morning.|
|09-06-2010 08:28 AM|
|sailor||Posted via FF MobileKnow the trick coldbear, ck the thread dates...... finally solved, haven`t heard from doc lately...|
|09-05-2010 11:12 PM|
|coldbear||Fellas...THINK HOW EASY IT IS TO LOCK YOUR MOTOR AFTER PLUG REMOVAL? Simply take about a foot of cotton 5/16 rope and stuff this into # 1 hole. She'll lock it for sure because the piston cannot reach the TDC. It's so simple...I've done it dozens of times with motors. A well kept secret from an old line machanic!|
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