It is a round metal disc with many holes on it.
You will need to slide it backward about 7 inches
Jan 30, Hold the chisel toward the center hole in the pilot bushing, so that there is no chance of it hitting the crankshaft.
Hit it with a hammer and the pilot bushing should start to crack.
Do this in several places, and you can remove the bushing in pieces. The bushings usually break pretty easily when you start using the hammer and chisel.
How to remove a pilot bushing from the crankshaft. Use an input shaft from an old manual transmission or a wooden dowel. Wrap masking tape around the end of the wooden dowel to get the proper diameter. It should fit inside the pilot bushing snugly but without binding. Feb 20, Option 2: Hydraulic Force. More often than not, this is our immediate go-to way of removing either a stuck pilot bushing or stuck pilot bearing.
First, grab a Missing: chevy. Apr 09, Modern cars use an anti-friction bearing, more commonly known as roller bearing, while older vehicles utilize a bronze bushing which is pressed into the end of the crankshaft.
Removing a pilot bearing carefully is important- the interference fit in the crankshaft needs to be undamaged. With nothing to pry or grab onto, you run into a dilemma. May 25, To remove: I used a modified clutch alignment plastic tool & grease gun.
1) Fill the bushing hole with grease, 2) insert the alignment tool, 3) wrap outside of it with a rag and 4) hammer. 5) Refill hole with grease & repeat until the hydraulic action of the compressed grease forces bushing from crank, or enough out, so that you can grab it with another tool to complete the removal. Feb 23, The part number is BK Unlike the cheap pilot bushings the % bronze bushing is easy to install, won’t gall your transmission input shaft, and will last longer than the clutch.
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