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      03-03-2021, 10:41 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by MARKPRIOR View Post
easy way to check this would be to put a large torque bar on the bottom pulley and attempt to crank by hand, if its siezed you would get no movement. i would expect lumpy resistance when turning due to compression, thats normal.

i would suspect this is starter or something other than a siezed engine
Thanks for your continued help, this is much appreciated. I'm probably missing something obvious, but when looking to get down to the bottom pulley it seemed way to tight between the radiators, fans and hoses to actually reach it and get a bar in there.

Is the only option removing parts like the radiator brace and fan to reach it?
Appreciate 0