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1994 ford explorer troubles

Put a new pully on our ford explorer now the belt screamin trying to see if i have the tensioner tight enough dont know how its supposed to sit

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    Magnifico Dequan Jan 26, 2009

    its a 1994 ford explorer limited 4.0 the picture looks the same bot im not sure if the tensioner is tight enough the little picture is not clear enough it needs to be bigger or some thing. when i use the socket wrench to loosen tension i goes kinda easy i would think it should be harder to loosen tension im not sure if its going back in the right place

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    Magnifico Dequan Jan 26, 2009

    **** i thought so i just put one on a couple months ago now another one i put a pully on this morning it wasnt as expensive as the tensioner. any reason y this would happen. really getting to be a burden.

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    Magnifico Dequan Jan 27, 2009

    i bought a new belt, tensioner, idler(today) now i gotta start all over this breakin my pockets down. especially since they layin everybody off and unemployment backed up

  • Magnifico Dequan
    Magnifico Dequan Jan 27, 2009

    its funny you love tim hortons i work there now

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Look up under the hood.. there should be a lable there with the routing of the serpetine belt. if not let us know the size of motor we will try and find it for you.

Robert

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    Roberta Smith Jan 26, 2009

    the tensioner may need to be replaced... i had to use a three foot extension and lots of muscle to move the one on my windstar.

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith Jan 26, 2009

    a couple possible reasons... the alignment of the pulleys may be off..... possibly you have been given the incorrect belt for your motor... what failed the last time you changed it... the wheel itself ?



    Robert

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith Jan 27, 2009

    eastern united states i imagine... i've heard they opened a few stores there....

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