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Crankshaft pully is rubbing off fan blades - 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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  • klind1030 Dec 04, 2008

    it all started when the serpentine belt came off

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Sounds like your water pump is bad does the fan move in and out if you pull on it or the crank bolt fell out and the pully is comming off ill bet on the water pump being bad

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if your trying to repalce a fan belt without a diagram you can use 2 very simple things to make your self a diagram and its ok if you dont know what all the pulley go to or what they do. take a peace of paper and a pen or pencil and starting with the pullies draw a few differet circles i would start with the bottom pully cause its the crankshaft pullie make your circle and then move on to the next pullies now when your done with that draw the way that the belt goes i will latter on try to add a example of what im talking about.

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