harmonic balance has left hand thread
no, threads are right handed.
They are right handed. Turn counter clockwise to loosen.
Judging by the video of someone using the starter to break the bolt loose the threads are regular right handed threads
Take it off as you would a normal bolt. It is a 'Right Handed' thread. Use a breaker bar or impact wrench. I also used a breaker bar with a 15/16 inch socket. I place the breaker bar up against the frame and after removing the spark plug wires at the coil I tapped the ignition key. It took a while but eventually it came loose.
The "pin" you are referring to is a keyway bar (probably also called keyway pin). You will need to know the dimensions of the keyway slot on the end of the crankshaft (or perhaps your auto parts store can find it in their computer). If I am not mistaken, the bolt or nut that holds the harmonic balancer to the cranckshaft has a left-handed thread (you can check at the auto parts store).
I doubt it.
Right hand. It's got a lot of torque so I get then loose by using an extra long breaker bar and bumping the starter. Just make sure you've got it braced against something solid (like the ground or driveway etc.) because you don't want it slipping and tearing something up.
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Yes. Example. The mass air flow sensor on your Lexus says Toyota right on it. If you needed to replace it you can get it through the Toyota parts dept and save some money. The mass air flow sensor from Lexus is going to be the exact same part that the Toyota guy handed to you but you will pay more for it.
it is located right beside the farmerstat bearing,but you will need a skyhook and a left-handed monkey wrench to change it
She is Right-Handed