Maybe this can help: http://phantomotaku.com/SVX/011822-MSA5P0631C.pdfSome goo is seeping out of a crack on the rubber insert on my crank pulley, and it's starting to rub the case.
Biggest piece of info I'm looking for- is there a magic spot on the flywheel where the crank can be held?
2nd- I assume the oil seal rides right on the pulley like on every other chain-driven cam engine?
I assume the pulley is different from the H4s.
As far as removing the pulley, the quickest and easiest way is with an impact set at low torque. Either a 3/8 or 1/2 drive version. Problem there is the radiator and fans are in the way.
The other way would be to remove the starter and wedge the torque converter in place via the gear teeth, but be careful with the placement of your wedge and be sure it holds the tooth well enough it won't break or chip it. (There is a tool made that works on other makes and models but its only available through vendors like Snap On and Matco. Its design is to grab a tooth and hold the crank still via the starter mount or through an access hole some transmission afford while you break loose the bolt.) You will come up with something. If you don't have an impact wrench, just think of something you have in your tool stash or garage that will work for a wedge. The teeth on the torque converter are tough and it will take a lot of force to chip them. Just think about how much torque they get when you start the car.