Need HELP! Can't remove crankshaft pulley bolt
I have a 94 Legend. I'm using a crankshaft pulley tool to keep the pulley in place while I use my tempered steel 19mm 1/2 drive breaker bar on it and NOTHING! I had the timing belt changed 6 years ago by the dealership. They must have cranked on that pulley bolt greater than 150-200#'s.
Any suggestions how to add more torque to my breaker bar to release the crankshaft pulley bolt? Should WD-40 make a difference at all here or is that superficial? If I use an impact wrench, do I still need to use the crankshaft pulley tool to hold the pulley in place, or can I just light up the crank bolt with the impact wrench directly?
How much pressure should I expect to exert on the pulley bolt to loosen it?
I'm assuming this means I may need an impact wrench to INSTALL the pulley bolt when I'm done, too, eh?