Originally Posted by DOUBLLD
I just throw the bolts in the cowl an I remember where they go lol I've done a few on the 3.4
Hi DOUBLLD, could use some help. I'm a heavy equipment mechanic. That said, I hate tearing into jobs and finding I dont have a special tool.
Reckon you know all about this as a Yota mechanic. So will I need a special tool for the crank pulley? Also do you have a part # on the tensioner pulley tool?
You can avoid removing the AC compressor if you have the snap on tool right?
I've learned in the past, though equipment mechanics are far ahead of a novice, being one does not make you a "Auto Mechanic" two different world for sure :-) So props to you and any help you can provide :-)