I put new oilpump drive belt on .as otherone broke, also replaced final drive belt ,now bike goes about half a mile and cuts out ,starts again a few minutes later and same happens again ,also oil leaks from oilpump seal gone maybe? i would be greatfull for any info .thankyou
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You need to look under the hood, located the Broken/Missing Serpentine Belt. Repair the damage the belt did when it broke and put a new one in. The Alternator is not turning and that is causing No Power to get to the systems and more than likely, when it broke, it knocked some wires around.
whistling noise is prob. intake leak or emmissions air flow problem, the oil gauge, is either , oilpump screen clogged, or gauge prob. or if a lot of miles it could be the engine is just getting weak, or oil pump itself. check oil level, and sensor for leaks .
Put a mechanical gauge on there asap and check actual readings (temporary for testing) If it still does that, chances are that the pickup screen is partially obstructed. If so, either flush engine or remove the pan and replace the pump. (you could clean it up but since you are already there, better to replace.) If the mechanical gauge reads at least 5-8psi at idle hot, you could try using marvel oil to begin to break up sludge.
50K miles IS premature for a chain to break. They're pretty tough. Are you sure it's a chain? If it is a BELT, it could be old and broke due to age. They are a synthetic rubber and eventually they deteriorate over time.
You don't specifically state what kind of car your friend has, so I am presuming a 1998 Accord. That car should have a belt.
Either a belt or a chain can fail prematurely if the tensioning system fails. This will allow excessive slack in the chain or belt which will cause damage to the affected drive components. The tensioning systems can fail due to one or more of the following:
Lack of oil pressure, failed tensioning springs, failed pulley bearings, over-revving the engine for ridiculous periods of time, and failed plastic guide components.
Belts can also fail due to chemical contamination (oil or antifreeze leaking on the belt).
Finally - the water pump can fail which will derail the belt as the belt drives the water pump on many Honda 4 cylinder engines.
sorry cant help here much ,need truck in front of me to diadnose but it sounds like something has broke ,what i honestly dont know but i suspect a oil pump drive somewhere but never seen one of these trucks here in spain
1.if your bike screaming at high rpm and didint go fast.check 1.is your pulley is fix the same as it was before? 2.your drive belt in the wrong directional way 3.clean and check your carb and also dont forget to check your fuel pump 4.lack of cooling system or malfuntion can lead to engine stall
remove the belt to ac compressor.take your serpentine belt go around crank pulley goes around power steering pump goes around alternator and the tensioner on the far left. the water pump on the out side and the top idler pulley out side. the belt drives them from the out side. then you put your ac compressor belt back on.
It will not damage the motor (bend the valves) if it breaks or jumps time
Finally, if you do change the belt, make sure that the water pump is inspected very close for any evidence of coolant seepage at the impeller shaft weep hole. If there is ANY evidence of wetness or leakage, replace the pump then. Easier to change the pump when the belt is off, than to have to do the whole job if the leak gets worse, and, if it leaks down the road, coolant on the timing belt will damage the belt, and you will have to buy a new belt, too. Change the plugs at 90 K miles, too.