too bad you took the motor out of the car, the easy way to pull the crank pully is to put a breaker bar on the bolt, wedge it into the control arms, and quickly hit the starter for half a second to break the bolt loose.....took me a weekend of curse words, a couple hours of research, tears of frustration at the lack of effectiveness of my impact or wrenches to find that lil gem of a trick online....
otherwise your best bet is to replicate the above scenario with a torque wrench, a hammer, and a buddy willing to hold the socket onto the bolt while you smack it hard, fast, and once....
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Well after several attempts of trying to lock the flywheel and trying to get the dang bolt out, my neighbor tell me he was an impact gun and a small air compressor that i can use, and i finally got it out, and i just put a new timing belt in and now to rest and tomorrow morning im going to clean the bay and put the engine back in
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