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My timing baelt keep jumping off the bottom pullly

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Either your idler pulley or tensioner pulley is warn out and causing the belt to not run true or there is something wrong with the belt itself. Does the bottom pulley feel smooth other then the grooves like nothing is down there causing the belt to jump off? And assuming you put the belt back on, you did put it on the way the diagram told you to right?

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