Q: Harmonic balancer bolt removal which way to turn it 2001 Porsche

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Not sure which way to turn bolt to remove it

Hello - removal of the harmonic balancer bolt is counter-clockwise. Be sure to use a flywheel block or pin to prevent counter-clockwise engine rotation, which could cause engine damage. Good luck!

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