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Old 10-23-2013, 03:34 AM   #1
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Default crankshaft pulley

2013 mustang gt AUTO

I cannot get the crankshaft pulley to seat properly on the snout. It is locked up on the key but i cant force it completely on due to the crank spinning. it was insanely hard to get off

Is there a special tool for these 5.0 coyotes like the old 4.6 motor style crank damper install kits?

The autozone type install kits do not work because the bolt that goes in is way too wide. the chicken foot tool doesnt work either because my crank pulley looks like a rim with spokes. it doesnt have any holes other than the harmonic balancer one.
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