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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by drobinson, May 20, 2009.
I am looking for any advice at all. will I need any special tools (wheel puller)
Go to your local chain auto parts store, They should have a steering wheel puller in their rent-a-tool program that will work just fine.
DO NOT use the "old school" method of prying up on the flywheel and smacking the crankshaft, This can break the magnets loose inside the flywheel (if equipped) requiring a new flywheel.