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View Poll Results: Shorty or long headers for 1992 swaped for 1995 5.0 302
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I took off all the bolt around the ? water pump housing and the two under the oil pan. The only thing that is left is the harmonic balancer how do I get that off ? big nut in front?
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$10 bucks for the gaskets at O'Reillys, you can buy a puller cheaper than the parts houses rent them for..
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You'll need a puller to get the Harmonic Balancer off, but most any parts store will rent them to you. You'll need a timing cover gasket set to replace the gaskets on the timing cover, might be a good idea to replace the timing chain while you are in there too, since it is RIGHT there. Soak the broke bolt in PB blaster, a LOT, then some more. When you are putting it back together, replace the front timing cover seal that goes over the crank\harmonic balancer, it should come with the timing cover gasket set.
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Thanks guys wish me luck!
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welding works if ya got meat
what I've done, but I'm good at it; is to use an oxygen acetylene torch and blow out the steel bolt
you wont hurt the threads in the cast iron
done pleanty of exhaust bolts, they wont come out reguardless of how much you spray
but you will have to chase it out with an end tap


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OK fellas finally got some time and took that bolt out, a little set back, but I guess thats all part of it. Once again thanks for the advice soaked the hell out of it with that pb blaster that booba recommended then went down to O'Reilly's and got the timing cover gasket set and puller that they loaned me with a $70 deposit. Once I figured out the puller took off h. balancer, I had exposed that bolt and had enough meat to use a small pipe wrench and got it off. I will never use them damn old rusted thinned bolts again.

I have moved all other parts over...compressor, powersteering pump, altenator, and smog pump. Looks like thats it. This newer motor came with fly wheel.

Are there any threads that show how to get this torque converter off my older engine. Remember I'm a first timer at all this. I do have a manual but those aren't very informative. Thanks again
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good going on the bolt,

the torque converter is easy
its bolted to the fly wheel with 6 bolts
you can access through the dust cover

take the drive shaft off, put a jack under the trans pan use a piece of wood, loosen the trans mount bolts

loosen the bell houseing and all should come apart


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