Crank pulley wobble? Ever Seen it B4? HELP!
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This is a discussion on Crank pulley wobble? Ever Seen it B4? HELP! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So i just noticed yesterday that my crank pulley wobbles...... it's not loose i tried to move it when the ...

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    Question Crank pulley wobble? Ever Seen it B4? HELP!

    So i just noticed yesterday that my crank pulley wobbles...... it's not loose i tried to move it when the cars off but its tight.......... the bolt that holds it on is also spinning off center, anyone ever seen this before and might know what the problem is?

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    mine looks the same way. Take a look mine seemed fine. I think its just how the bolt looks on it while spining. I never checked it stock.

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    mine is stock....... im gonna put a lightweight one on and see if that helps...

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    theres always the possibility it could be bent? I would take it off to visually inspect it.
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    I would have the dealership look at it before you touch it so they dont blame it on you. But to be honest I think it is just how it looks

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