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Chrysler Pacifica 2005

Loud noise coming from alternator pulley. Can you replace the pulley by its self?

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  • atingle May 17, 2009

    Yes.. this is effiencent way to approach the problem............

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    James Warren Jun 18, 2017

    The best way to solve your problem if you are sure that the noise is coming from the alternator, is to replace the alternator, It has two bearings, front and rear, if the front one is bad, how long before the rear one goes bad?

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Sure, you can buy a new pulley and replace the original one but, you may have bad alternator bearings that is causing this noise you are hearing. i would check this out before buying a new pulley.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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