What I thought was going to be a simple snapped or thrown accessory belt ended up beiing a bigger issue when I popped the hood and took off some bolts. Forgive me for not know the proper terminology for the part I'm referring to, but long story short the notch on my EJ22 crankshaft that holds the crank pulley has been ground off.
This is what it should look like (EJ25 in my garage):
And, just the reference, here's the inside of the crank pulley:
Anyway, is my engine toast now or is there a way to get a crank pulley working on this shaft again? (Without replacing the crank or doing an engine swap, obviously.) I have a couple spare crank pulleys, but what can be done about the notch that is now no longer on the crank?
I just need to drive this car around town for a few more months until parking it. A frankenmotor project is in the garage that will be going in the car next spring, but I'm nowhere near being close to doing the swap now. Thanks for any help.
info: 99 OBS EJ22