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Timo204

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  1. Right. My pulley has 3 small, non-threaded holes surrounding the big center bolt.
  2. Hi all, I'm currently working on my Glanza. I'm replacing the cam seals, and front main seals cause they're all leaking. The problem is that I can't get the harmonic damper off. Is there some kind of trick to this? There doesn't seem to be threaded holes in the pulley itself, so a puller won't work either, I don't think. Hitting it with a deadblow hammer doesn't work out either. A little piece of the inner edge broke right off on the first tap with the hammer. Any help is much appreciated!
  3. Hello everyone, As the title suggests, my tranmission started making some noise a while ago. It doesn't seem to get worse, but it sure doesn't sound like it should. It's a 1997 Glanza V, stock transmission with the factory LSD. The car has done 137000km's. It starts off with a howling sound, but goes into a shot-bearing sound. There's no difference in noise when pressing / depressing the clutch pedal at a standstill. If I push the clutch pedal in while driving, the noise goes away. The noise is also audible when putting the transmission into first gear while the car is still rolling. If anyone has had similar/the same problem, and actually fixed it, I'd love to know. I've posted a video below, showing the noise. https://youtu.be/2y9nPwNiuYQ
  4. Hello! I have a really neat ‘98 spec Glanza V steering wheel laying around, and I kinda want to put it in my ‘96-‘97 spec Glanza V. Seeing that the airbag, and the horn are both different, what’s needed to be done to swap over the steering wheel? Is it just a bolt on affair, or am I going to need a lot of ‘98 spec things to make the horn, airbag, and indicators work? Thanks!
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