Thread: Honda F12 Flywheel removal?
09-23-2009, 12:15 PM #1
Honda F12 Flywheel removal?
I have a 2003 F12 that threw a rod through the side of the block. I bought a new engine so im in the process of swapping everything over to the new engine. I got stuck on removing the flywheel from the old engine. After Stripping out the Flywheel bolt and breaking the joint that drives the oil pump, I discoverd that the Bolt has Reverse threads. I was getting pissed thinking My Impact was strong enough to bust the bolt loose ..lol Ive got the bolt out now, But before i go any farther I figured I would ask if theres a special Flywheel removal tool I need to removed the flywheel? I have a 2 jaw puller I was planning on using to bust it loose. But Dont want to tear anything else up. Anyone have a quick Tip on getting this flywheel off?? Thanks in advance!
09-23-2009, 07:24 PM #2
The flywheel bolt has Left hand threads..
Do NOT attempt to remove the flywheel with a 2 jaw puller. Instead use the correct Honda tool or make one similar.
Look inside the flywheel hub and you will see the 20mmX1.5mm Thread. Make a tool or buy the Honda 07733-0020001 tool.
I use the Honda factory tools.
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