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Chrysler voyager idler pulley

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SOURCE: 1999 Chrysler idler pulley reverse tread

They are standard, right to tighten and left to loosen. Good luck and be safe.

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SOURCE: Ive checked service book and read the timing belt

typically thats about right give or take a few thousand to replace the belt and the pulley will cost you around 12-1,500 give or take a few hundred. this depends on the labor rate of the shop that does the work. my shop is 85 dollars an hour.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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SOURCE: need a diagram for tensioner/idler

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See Figure 12
The Poly-V drive belt is provided with a dynamic tensioner to maintain proper belt tension. To remove or install this belt:

  1. Raise the front of the vehicle and safely support on jackstands.
  2. Remove the right front splash shield.
  3. Release tension of the belt by rotating the tensioner assembly clockwise.
  4. While holding the tensioner in the rotated position, remove the belt from the various pulleys-make sure to note the route that the belt takes before removal.
  5. To install the belt, route it through the various pulleys except for the tensioner pulley. Once the belt is satisfactorily mounted on the pulleys, rotate the tensioner clockwise and slide the belt onto the tensioner pulley. Make certain that the belt is mounted so that the grooves in the belt are correctly aligned with the grooves in the pulleys.

Fig. Fig. 12: To remove the serpentine belt from the 3.3L and 3.8L engines, rotate the tensioner assembly clockwise

  1. Install the right front splash shield to the underside of the vehicle.
  2. Lower the vehicle back to the ground.
  3. Start the engine and allow to idle for a few minutes. Shut the engine off and double check the placement of the belt on the pulleys.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

SOURCE: how to replace the idler pulley on a 2000 Chrysler

Loosen the drive belt

Unbolt the pulley

Posted on Jun 13, 2011

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SOURCE: Chrysler Voyger 1998 power steering and charging belt/pully wheel

Yes it is available separate - called an idler pulley.

Posted on Aug 28, 2012

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Locate the idler pulley to the left of the crankshaft pulley. The idler pulley bolts to the idler arm. The idler pulley is replaced with the arm because they are sold as one unit.

  • 2 Place a 3/8-inch ratchet driver into the square hole on the face of the idler pulley and pull up on the handle. This releases tension on the Sonoma's serpentine belt. Pull the belt off the idler pulley, lower and remove the ratchet handle.
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    Serpintine belt came off after a couple of days of a squeaky grinding noise from that area. no issues with power or electric or cooling before it came off. could it be more than just the belt

    Hello bigfish.

    We often see this on the Chrysler vans in the shop.
    You will need to check all the pulleys and bearings that the belt runs on.
    Alternator, AC compressor, tensioner pulley, idler pulley, power steering pump.
    Also the tensioner has a heavy spring in it that keeps tension on the belt and pivots on an aluminum pin.
    If it wears it go crooked and tilts pushing the belt off.
    All these parts are available through your favorite auto parts store.
    I would recommend a Goodyear Gatorback belt if you are replacing it, they seem to work the best.

    If you would like further advise with this, please ask me in comments.
    Thank you.

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    Noise on belt tensioner or idler pulley

    Carefully check the condition of the belt, the tensioner, and the idler pulley. I had the same thing happen and once I knew where to look, I could see that my idler pulley bearings were bad (understatement...they were GONE!)

    Your idler pulley and tensioner need to look even and straight and not leaning in or out. A sure sign of a problem is if one or the other leans in toward where the tension from the belt would be on it.

    The best way to check is to buy, rent, or borrow a serpentine belt wrench to take the pressure off and then try and wiggle the tension and idler pulley. If you feel any play, replace as soon as possible. I dragged my feet and ten days after I heard the noise, my idler pulley flew apart right as I pulled into work.

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