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Help there is a pully with a belt that is attatched to the alternator and it is shaking and it sounds lik there are pieces inside. What is that pully called and what can I do to fix it

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Sounds like a tension pulley you would have to buy a new one

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I have a 99 tahoe . This piece shakes when I put it in drive and reverse and sounds like it wants to shut off . What could it be


First of all that piece that you are looking at is the belt tensioner its only purpose is to maintain the supertine belt within the pulleys. that would not make your vehicle shut-off unless if not operational. The only time you want to change them is when they make a high pitch, it shakes very badly or the pully is cocked or uneven.

If the belt breakes your vehicle will ceased automatically and you will loose all power plus your steering etc... so that been said.. you need to look more in depth and isolate the problem. I hope I answer some of you questions. Take care and god bless you, always...

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I have a 1994 ford taurus SHO with 9 pullys including the crank shaft and noone can tell me where the tensioner pully would be or what it would look like.... it's a 3.2 liter v6. i've even went to ford can...


the pulley piece should look something like this:
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it can be almost anywhere on the belt side of the front of the engine. if you have a long belt or many belts then there can also be more than one idler pulley (tensioner pulley)

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Serpintine belt routing for a 2002 dodge ram 1500 with a 5.9 l engine


this is farely easy to figure out from looking at your pullies. ribbed pullies normaly take the ribbed side of the belt and smooth pullies take the smooth side of the belt. i would start at the tentioner pully (which is smooth) the put the inside of the belt around the 2 nearest pullies and weave it alternating in and out of the rest of the pullies.

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Sounds likethewater pump pulley makes noise when


It sounds like you have a loose or worn alternator belt
(same belt drives water pump) That would explain the
screeching noise and the battery light on when wet.
Check the belts for tension and wear on the inside of
the belts(cracks or pieces missing) if you're going to
change the belt or belts yourself, thats the best time
to check the pullys and make sure they are tight and
spin true. Hope this helps.

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A loud squeal evrytime the unit sits for a couple


if you have to spay the belt to get it to stop then the belt is most likly streched or bad. take the belt off and turn all the free spinng pullys alt,power steering,a/c,ect if all spin good with no horible sounds then replace the belt , if any turn hard then this is what the problem is.but im betting it's the belt

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Alternator belt was slipping tightened belt and it quit charging


This is because of the missalignment of the pully which drives the alternator. Try to align the pullies to get the poblem solved

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Crankshaft pulley slows down when a/c engaged.


It is the harmonic balancer, ie. pulley. It is a two piece--with rubber between the two. It will, especially if belt dressing or other lubricant has penetrated it, slip. I just ordered a new one online for $70. It is a fairly common problem.

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Need a picture to no how the belt goes on


I have put belts on many vehicles, and if you have purchased the right one it should explain itself with some concentration. Most belts have a ribbed side and a smooth side. if the pully wheel is meant to accept the ribbed side it will also be ribbed. If it is meant to accept the smooth side it will be smooth (possibley with a ridge on each side to keep it centered) Just start by putting the ridges side on one pully and move the belt around each successive pully until you are left with the alternator as the last one. Usually the alternator is the one piece that can be adjusted in so that you can get the belt on and then moved back out for tightness.

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Tring to install an alternator belt on a 1988 VW cabriolet. In order to install the alternator belt i have to remove the starter belt, which is on the outside pully. The alternator belt is on the inside...


the air conditioning compressor is driven by the crank and that drives tha alternator. you have to take off all the belts in order to change the alternator belt.

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