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My pully conected to crank that altenator belt rides on broke free

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Replace the broken crank damper pulley

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Ac, altenator & crank pully alignment

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My belt keeps popping off. When I tighten the belt, the spring shakes badly. Is there a problem?

Hi John on most cars there is a free running pully on the Altenator it should free wheel back wards and turn alt shaft when going forward. These usually seize up and cause a vibration in the belt like you have described. While you are checking this check all other pulleys for alingment. And also the crank pully some have rubber mount which also fails if this is this case you will see movement between the outer rim of the pully and the inner. Hope this helps. Regards Jim...

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Engine starts but schreeches and belt won't move. fird f150 1996

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The belt that runs the water pump on 1995 Auora

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....

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For the belt, did you have it on perfectly? If it's off one ridge, it will wear out and brake that quickly. If you did have in on perfectly, there might be a stuck pully someplace. Can you spin all pullys easily? Execpt for the crank that is of course. If not, that pully is causing the problem or I should say what ever the pully is attached too. Like altenator, steering pump, etc... As for the no start, I assume you mean it's not cranking over? I'm making sure, no offense intended. It was running fine then you shut it off, it wouldn't crank? If so, sounds like the problem with altenator. Which if it's siezed, never seen one though, it could be the problem for BOTH of your problems.

Sep 25, 2008 | 1991 Cadillac DeVille

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The serpentine belt on this rodeo continues to fray. it appears that the belt rides to close to the inside (motor side ) of the water pump and cooling fan pulley. The air conditioner has been replaced and...

I can probably help you both. Check your powersteering pump. There is a bracket that connects it to the exhaust manifold. My braket broke and the pump adjusted forwards which allowed the belt to get chewed on. I can also help with the routing of the belt. If you have AC and power steering it travels this way, ( I can also give a picture with an email address). Put the belt in through the passenger side by the battery and loop it over the crank pully, now bring it around the water pump so that the inside of the belt is on the crank and the back of the belt is on the water pully, then it goes around the power steering and up to the AC, there is an idler pully between the altenator and the AC compressor, the belt goes under it, then over the altenator, lastly you'll need a 15 MM socket and will have to pull the tensioner to the driverside by pulling to the passenger side and puttin the belt on the outside, Use a long bar and watch that top radiator hose and the fan blades. Its a bit of a pain, but I've had to take my belt on and off so many times I don't have to look at the pictures. Plus the pictures are drawn sideways to the engine. If I'm feeling frisky I'll draw it on paint and post a link for it.

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