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Hit it with a torch until it is hot, then immediatley cool it with lubricant. This will shrink the threads on the bolt, and help get it out. The breaker bar and starter method works too. This is a good sign someone used an impact wrench on your crankshaft. Good luck.
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If you are going thru the trouble to take off the pulley, why wouldnt you have new seals handy? When a timing belt is replaced, it is wise to replace all the seals (crank, cam, etc), since it sucks to do the same job twice.
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