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I am trying to locate what I have dismantle from my block and I know I should have put it in a safer place but I think I am missing a key to the crankshaft. The crankshaft sprocket that drives the oil pump and the cams picture number 12. Is there a key for that?

Also is there a key for the crankpulley? There must be two keys because I can see the indentation for the crankshaft sprocket and the obvious the crankpulley key. The parts store only have one key which is number 16 in picture. Part number for the two keys? Help??!?!? :confused:
 

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i believe the oil pump drive pulley a notch or key built into it like #13 in the pick does. then there is the crank pulley key #16.
 

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hmm so the key is built in? I'm looking at the crankshaft sprocket right now and there is a hole in the back of it, nothing there. I think they key only available when we order the sprocket
 

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The sprocket itself has no key. there a little dimple inside the sprocket that lines up with the opening in the crank. There is only one key and that is to keep the crank pulley liked up. I thought I lost my key to so I ordered two new ones from honda.
 

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.....There is only one key and that is to keep the crank pulley liked up.....

That's right..... Only 1 key.. Everything else slides into place with the groves that are built in...
 

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I'm confused LOL. The notch on the crankshaft on top of number 16. Isn't there something is there and to the back of the sprocket? Thanks for responses
 

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look in the back of the crank gear (sproket) you will see a little insert that it attached to it... slide that in the crank to secure the gear... It can only go one way..

There is only one key that keeps the crank pulley with the crank
 

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Must be it but All I'm seeing is a notch hole in the back of the sprocket. I either must lost it or the notch has broken off.... Might as well order a new sprocket, the notch should be there right?
 

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i will take a picture of the sprocket, dont have one on hand, but this picture show the notch i was talking about. Took this picture off of a member here, hope u dont mind.



The back of the sprocket does not have any key other then a drilled hole.....so am i missing a key?
 
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