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Author Topic: CA18ET timing belt pulley removal  (Read 1069 times)

Offline Shadow989

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CA18ET timing belt pulley removal
« on: 11:55:04 AM / 15-Jan-18 »
How do I remove timing belt pulley? I have tried custom made jaw puller, but there's no space for thicker jaws so the puller has snapped. Is there any easier way to pull that pulley out? Engine hasn't been running since 1991, so I want to take all apart and clean oil pump and inspect bearings.

Sorry if my English is bad, I'm from Croatia.
« Last Edit: 11:56:26 AM / 15-Jan-18 by Shadow989 »

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Offline deucekazoo

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Re: CA18ET timing belt pulley removal
« Reply #1 on: 02:22:29 PM / 15-Jan-18 »
Hi, the pulley is not pressed on but it might have some rust on it. Use some penetrating oil and let it sit. You should be able to wiggle it off once the oil gets between the pulley and the shaft.

Offline Nebuchernezzer

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Re: CA18ET timing belt pulley removal
« Reply #2 on: 03:06:28 PM / 05-Feb-18 »
Drill and tap the pulley and use bolts/pulley etc to pull it off.
I've had to do that on a few of mine now.
Penetrating oil will help but i've had to use a puller on mine before.
A new pulley is like $15 AUD from Nissan (not sure what that is overseas, but it's cheap).

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