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No problem. The bolt does go to the left, (like a normal thread) and the engine may want to turn also. If you don't have an air gun to do it, then what I nornally do is put a pull bar on it and lock it against the floor, then turn the key so the engine will turn and the bolt will not. That will get it loose. Unless of course, you have a flywheel holding tool, (or prybar)
The puller that you need you can normally borrow from Autozone through their loan a tool program. Here are the instructions for the sensor, thanks