REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Type 1 and 2 Engines
The crankshaft pulley can be removed while the engine is still in the car. However, in this instance it is necessary for the rear cover plate of the engine to be removed. Remove the cover plate after taking out the screws in the cover plate below the crankshaft pulley. Remove the fan belt, and crankshaft pulley securing screw. Using a puller tool, remove the crankshaft pulley. The crankshaft pulley should be checked for proper seating and for proper belt contact surface. The oil return thread should be cleaned and lubricated with a molybdenum-disulphide based oil. The crankshaft pulley should be installed in the reverse sequence, and should have no run-out.Type 3 Engine
The crankshaft pulley can be removed only when the engine is out of the car and the muffler, generator, and cooling air intake housing are removed. After these parts have been removed, take out the plastic cap from the pulley. This can be done easily with a prytool. Remove the crankshaft pulley retaining bolt and remove the pulley.
Installation is the reverse of the foregoing but the following should be noted: