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Old 03-17-2013
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1996 ford ranger 2.3l auxiliary shaft

The pulley on the Auxiliary shaft (the timing pulley that supposedly does nothing on my truck) seems to have thrown a bearing. It just wobbles around on the bolt. Well i was realized to find this was the cause of the noise coming from the engine instead of it being messed up valves or something. Or so i thought.....

I figured hey all i need to do is replace the pulley and I'm back on the road. Yeah the thing is how do i get the bolt out. the middle of the pulley which I'm assuming used to hold a bearing is just a huge hole now and the bolt just spins on what I'm assuming is a shaft its screwed in to.

So the question is how can I get the bolt out of the aux shaft to change the pulley out.
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Old 03-18-2013
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Ok so the answer as to how to get the bolt out was and impact wrench. No though the shaft of the oil pump is missing the key so guess ill need a new one.
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