The rubbr sleeve you see is an internal part of the bal.you should not be able
to see this part,that is what is wrong with it.The new one is what the old one
looked like at one time. If you don't have the proper tools and skill level
strongly recommend seeking prof.help.
Dang. Was hoping it was an easy fix. Will the old one need pulled off with a puller? I have all the tools so there isn't an issue. Just HATE working on cars other than my 60's and 70's vintage classics!!
Yea,i know what you mean but todays cars are loaded with fragile parts say
crank sensors and stuff. There is prob.a special tool for this job. Some
of these bal.come off fairly easy try old school 2 pry bar but be very careful
as not to do more damage than good. May cost a lot more than a mechanic!
U welcom,remember to check the seal,if not to much trouble replace it.
Lube new bal.to protect seal when installing. Don't hammer on bal. to hard
try to push back on with longer bolt. How about the belt? You prob.got one.