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Replaced the three easiest pullys but grinding noise still there how to find out what pully is bad

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giving a try is good thing keep the car manual wit u for help but unless ur clear about wat ur going to do dont touch anythig removing other parts and unable to fix may cost lot so its better leaving it to experts

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SOURCE: Replace the water pump for 1995 Jeep Cherokee

The reason you can't find the tensioner pulley is because you do not have one...The power steering pump is used to tension the belt. loosen it up and slide it. (some have an adjustment screw underneath to adjust.)

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SOURCE: pully broke close to power steering pump need

That is either idler pulley or belt tensioner pulley

Posted on Sep 23, 2011

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