Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
Well ever timew i start my 200 carivan it sounds like ****... i think its the tension because when i excelerate it doesn't make noise
Hi my name is Allen!
Here is how to check your tensioner, with the engine not running, grab the belt and pull on it very hard, you will feel it move toward you let it go and if it return to it original position and you pull on it slightly and it feels tight your tensioner is OK. If the belt it floppy then you need a tensioner.
As for the noise it could be anyone of the pulleys on the front of your engine. You can try to see if they wobble by hand with engine not running, just grab one pulley at a time and see if any of them wobble. If you find one wobbling that part will need to be replaced, not the pulley, but the part behind the pulley.
Let me know what you find?
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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