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Put a big socket on the nut that holds the damper. Crank that sucker.
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also remember to keep the car in neutral or park. Or else you could slowly run yourself over
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Socket on crankshaft damper bolt....turn only clockwise (don't want you to un-torque the bolt....)

As mentioned, be sure trans is not in gear and make sure parking brake is set...disconnecting the negative battery cable isn't a bad idea either, unless you're running electrical tests...



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Helps if tou remove the spark plugs before using that big socket and breaker bar.

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That big bolt is a 15/16 ths

Tom Kubler, Long-time Mustang Enthusiast & San Antonio Mustang Club Founder
 
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