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crank pully tone spacer direction
02-08-2018, 01:58 PM
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crank pully tone spacer direction
1996 1.6 16 valve tracker 4x4 2 door hardtop Need to know what direction the curved flange on the key'd spacer faces, towards the pulley or towards the block? I purchased this Tracker because the original owner told his mechanic he didn't want to spend the money to replace the crank. Did the epoxy repair on keyway and she purred like a kitten until front main seal failed. I know,should have replaced the seal when I was fixing keyway(.Im an idiot) anyway , forgot to put keyed washer behind new crank cog.Trying to get it right this time. torqued new bolt to the 94 ft/lb ,(the first time) now wondering if I should get another new crank bolt. any thots?
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02-08-2018, 11:20 PM
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RE: crank pully tone spacer direction
curved flange on the key'd spacer faces, no sure where you are there, sure crank front but where there? its sandwitch of parts at what step did you find this alien part?
this?
http://www.fixkick.com/t-belt/snouts/html/image_3.html

the spacer is called and oil sling'er, and belt back stap,

but no 96 made in usa or canada has such a part, there. ever.

the crank cog, in 1996 had the washer removed slinger. and added and integrated OBD2 1996 tone wheel (spikey thing)
what is engine serial number?

evolution of bottom cog
washer on rear.
then they integrated washer to cog 1995, vin code engine serial G16Smnnnn S=1995
then in 1996 OBD2 became law in USA (only) and the code is not with spikes (tone wheel for CKP crank sensor) engine serial G16Tnnnn 1997 or T , V or W codes 96 to 98 engines.


back side of 96 + sidekicks tracker, USA only , avoid the one on the right.

http://www.fixkick.com/t-belt/snouts/html/image_16.html

that bolt probably never once was set to factory torque setting so is like new.
the bolt acts as spring, length wise. the key way is only for timing and has no function for straighth to hold time.


the answer is that curved washer has no use on any USA car 1996 to 1998 G16bs
ever. so must be wrong engine or other person mixed parts off a 92 to 94? engine.

your 96 has this, a ckp and any washer there would make the tone wheel fail hard.


is this sensor missing too.?

http://www.fixkick.com/my96-16v/ckp-sensor.jpg

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02-08-2018, 11:23 PM (This post was last modified: 02-08-2018 11:24 PM by fixkick.)
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RE: crank pully tone spacer direction
see the table on this page
all parts for the suzuki sold by suzuki for this G16 engine
related to belt damage etc.

http://www.fixkick.com/t-belt/damage/index.html

part 27 was married to 28 in 1995 on all, the next year tone wheel spikes added,


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02-08-2018, 11:33 PM
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RE: crank pully tone spacer direction
the better epoxy's not sold at Target or Autozoned
are structural epoxy's (sold where heavy equipment is serviced (tractors and the like)
and are far better here, but many stores sell it , the packages are way to old, and product not good this old. (5 year?)
they also sell with this special epoxy the expediter. to make it cure faster.
that being said,even cheap epoxy can work here,
if you can get the big bolt 31 set, to spec, and not lose time.

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02-09-2018, 01:01 AM
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RE: crank pully tone spacer direction
(02-08-2018 11:20 PM)fixkick Wrote:  curved flange on the key'd spacer faces, no sure where you are there, sure crank front but where there? its sandwitch of parts at what step did you find this alien part?
this?
http://www.fixkick.com/t-belt/snouts/html/image_3.html

the spacer is called and oil sling'er, and belt back stap,

but no 96 made in usa or canada has such a part, there. ever.

the crank cog, in 1996 had the washer removed slinger. and added and integrated OBD2 1996 tone wheel (spikey thing)
what is engine serial number?

evolution of bottom cog
washer on rear.
then they integrated washer to cog 1995, vin code engine serial G16Smnnnn S=1995
then in 1996 OBD2 became law in USA (only) and the code is not with spikes (tone wheel for CKP crank sensor) engine serial G16Tnnnn 1997 or T , V or W codes 96 to 98 engines.


back side of 96 + sidekicks tracker, USA only , avoid the one on the right.

http://www.fixkick.com/t-belt/snouts/html/image_16.html

that bolt probably never once was set to factory torque setting so is like new.
the bolt acts as spring, length wise. the key way is only for timing and has no function for straighth to hold time.


the answer is that curved washer has no use on any USA car 1996 to 1998 G16bs
ever. so must be wrong engine or other person mixed parts off a 92 to 94? engine.

your 96 has this, a ckp and any washer there would make the tone wheel fail hard.


is this sensor missing too.?

http://www.fixkick.com/my96-16v/ckp-sensor.jpg

Thanks for the great info, The oil slinger came in repair kit with new cog w/tone ring, key and bolt.I didn't put the washer on the first time around.If id only put the seal in on the first repair,I wdnt be writing this.(once again, I'm an idiot) 130k miles on the vehicle, did notice wear on back of factory tone ring,assume due to keyway failure.The new bolt was set to the 94ft/lb but only driven about 15mi when oil seal reared its ugly head.should I replace the bolt again? I used the locktite 271 on the bolt threads witch after reading engineers article aids in proper torque retension and SF7471 locktite primer and the 660 on keyway,the keyway repair was a success.Tore it down last nite,and found no damage to cog pulley,or tone wheel,just main seal failure. If the locktite aids in proper thread retension and help prevent thread stretch,do I order a new bolt? anxious to get her back on the road. Also having a hard time finding parts for the hardtop,weatherstrip,rear gate hardware ect.Some rust but not bad for the Midwest. Purchased for 9 bills and have another couple hundred in parts and supplies. My 3rd Tracker,im addicted! Thanks for helping the newbe. Love this site,will be hearing more from me.
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02-12-2018, 10:13 AM
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RE: crank pully tone spacer direction
no stock USA 1996 sidekick or tracker has a washer there
not one, and if added from a pre 95 car, it be bad news.

who ever sold you the kit sold you a pre 96 kit.
sorry.
the correct parts are at suzuki if you need numbers please ask.
the wear is from the cog flopping about madly on the end if the crank, .
my slide show shows many like that, the pump front will not be damaged, just ugly it is.
the real damage is the snout of crank.

all bolts act as spring,
i not for that all will fall off, even with lock washers.
the threads need no locktite, but the non super hard is ok.
94ft/lbs is tight.
the old spec was as low as 45 flt lbs, way too loose.
changed in 1996 and covers 89-98 cranks.
good luck to you !!!!!!!

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