Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My son was driving my 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee this morning and the serpentine belt came off. I installed a new belt and it came off immediately when the engine started. I took a closer look and discovered the crankshaft pulley was forward of the other pulleys and idlers by about 3/4" and actually touched the fan. I removed the fan. I turned the engine over with a 3/4" socket and breaker bar. The bolt on the crankshaft pulley is not loose. The engine turns over by hand easily. What could cause the crankshaft pulley to move forward? Could the crankshaft be broken?
The pulley is also a dampener often times they seperate from each other. replace pulley/dampener.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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