PT cruiser with a front main seal leak that was redone and still leaked, so I gave it a try and worked fine for a few min then suddenly oil is pouring everywhere.... Turns out it has the "walking crank" problem, so.. I had to pull the engine. I pulled it through the bottom and let me just say if you pull the engine on one of these, pull the whole front suspension, you will save ALOT, alot, a ridiculous amount of work! All you have to do is take out the shock tower bolts, the 3 big bolts holding the engine cradle, take offf the calipers and hang them with wires. Also the clutch cylinder, engine mounts and all the usual stuff. I recommend not disconnecting the compressor, you don't have to. Basically if you don't do it this way you have to take apart EVERYTHING under the hood to get it out, unfortunately, I thought of this method when it was too late for it to be worth doing it this way I open it up and yes, it is one of those that chrysler decided they could save a buck or 2 per car by having half a thrust bearing and it had worn into the crank, so.... I got a reman crank and reused the old reluctor and balance shaft gear, put it together, torque to specs and it turned properly and everything and I put it in. NO START. That's right, it doesn't F**king start!! It doesn't F**king START! After I spent 6-7 days off with 6-10 hrs each day on it over a period of weeks!! Yes I don't have access to air tools right now Any ideas? I have checked and rechecked that everything is plugged in.. I'm going to check spark and fuel tomorrow.. I'm literally almost ready to do a Walter White on this car and burn it to the ground and then never work on cars again..