Question about 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab
I have a 97' Ford F150. One day last week it started making a loud sqealling /grinding noise. I thought it was a tension pully but that didn't word. Then I replaced the idler pully, That didn't work either. While replacing the two pully's that weren't the problem I found a bearing on the floor under my truck.. I have no idea where it came from. Any ideas??? Thank You
How many km or miles on it if over 140 000km then should be needing an alternator the brushes should be down to springs .and the bearing could of been out of the idler pulley back side
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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