Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora
I noticed today that the pully on the camshaft is in bad shape looks as if the belt got hot and it melted on the pully, my question is is there a special tool required to remove the pully? And is replacing the belt a difficult thing to do.
Looks like the belt got hot??? You mean there are shreds of belt material all over the place? If so you have a locked pully somepalce. Replacing the belt is easy, find the diagram of the belt system under your hood. Find the pully that is the tensionor pully. Fine the correct wrench, remove tension, slip of belt from one pulley. remove belt completely, then, since you have shredded belt material, spin each pulley and see which one isn't turning easily. All the pullies will spin easily execpt for the crank. If you have one that's not, well, that one is shot. Needs to be replaced. And if may not just be the pully, might be the accesory which the pulley sits on. Example, water pump, altenator, etc....
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
Did the pully melted if so you need a power stering pully to get the pully off
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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