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Timo204

4EFTE removing harmonic damper

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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!

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16 hours ago, akyakapotter said:

You need to push it off I used / use this.

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Cheers nick.

 

Not if the harmonic dampener is not threaded.

 

I Just used a bearing puller. 

 

So works in a similar fashion, but it uses claws.

 

I did have issues with it cracking the edges, ultimately I drove a metal wedge between the pulley and the engine block...

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2 hours ago, Calum122 said:

Not if the harmonic dampener is not threaded.

 

I Just used a bearing puller. 

 

So works in a similar fashion, but it uses claws.

 

I did have issues with it cracking the edges, ultimately I drove a metal wedge between the pulley and the engine block...

Right. My pulley has 3 small, non-threaded holes surrounding the big center bolt.

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