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V belt broke rapped around crank pully broke sencer wont crank

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The crank balancer pulley needs to be removed so the crank sensor can be replaced. You will need an air impact wrench to remove the pulley bolt and a puller to remove the balancer.

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1993 Subaru Legacy 2.2? Changed timing belt, Water-pump and Thermostat and now won't start? Fires but won't turn over?


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ok I do not know what the cofigure is on your jeep but let me explain how it works and then you may be able to put it on. First look at the pulleys and see witch ones are smooth and witch ones have lines. smooth pulleys match to the smooth side of the belt ridgid side matches with ridgid side of belt. next I will tell you a rule to most serentine belts. Your crankshaft pully is the main drive so the belt will rap around almost 3/4ths the way around the pulley. All driven pulleys witch are the ones the run the water pump, altenator, compresor, and power steering rap around 3/5ths around the pulleys then you have the tentioner witch will apply pressure down on the belt so make shure the belt is under the pressure side. You can put a 3/8th ratchet in the tentioner to move it. if you still have pulleys that I have not covered they are their to complete the right amount of rap on the driven pulleys. The main thing to look at is if its smooth then put the smooth side of the belt on that pulley. If this did not help just coment back and I can get the book out tommorrow when I go to the shop and email you a copy of the diagram

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If you are talking the a/c pulley and alternator pulley, I am pretty sure the belts are different sizes (different number of ribs in the belt). So, you can just look carefully at the ribs and put the right belt on the right pully. from memory, the A/C belt goes on first and all the pullies towards the front of the car are used for that belt. The Alternator belt goes on next, and all the pullies from the crank shaft toward the back of the car (from the crank pulley) go to that. I could have those reversed, but the ribs on the belt will show you for sure. have fun!

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Just changed my serpentine belt and now its getting hot. almost positive that the belt is on right. could i have done any damage when i broke my serpentine belt. it was running when it broke


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How to set timing marks when changing the timing belt 1995 kia sportage 2.0liter


There is a DOHC or SOHC (double or Single overhead cam engone. Both are Similar. Both have a notch on back side of crank pully that aligns with a tab on engine just above crank pully looks like a triangle with the tip near crank pully is rounded off. SOHC engines have an arrow on cam pully that aligns with a point at top of timing belt rear housing. about straight up at top of it. DOHC have an I and an E on the cam pullys I for INTAKE and E for EXHAUST. the I and E match up at same type points on top of rear Timing belt housing. When installing belt make sure you do not move pullys. put belt on starting with cam shaft (s) then down to crank on tension side which looking at motor will be the right side or Clockwise direction keeping it tight no, or EXTREEMLY little slack. then back up around tensioner. Tensioner should be the last pully to go around. Once on make sure timing marks still lline up.Adjust tensioner and. rotate engine BY HAND 4 times and re check marks.

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I have a 2000 Lincoln Towncar. The air-conditioner compressor broke and also broke that big belt. A guy that lives near replaced the compressor and belt but now nothing electric works!!!! whats wrong!!!!!...


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depends on which v8 you have....the 4.7 the routing is as follows it goes under the waterpump pully over the alternator down and around the power steering pumpto the crank...it goes under the bottom of the crank to the idler pully.the flat side of the belt goes ver the idler then around the automatic tensioner to the ac compressor.
on the 5.2 and 5.9 it routes starting at the idler pully the flat side goes undr the idler the up to the ac compressor around the compressor and down to the power steering pump ... around power stering pump to waterpump where the flat side is against waterpump pully around water pump down and around crank up it automatic tensioner....around tensioner and up and over alternator

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SERP BELT KEEP BREAKING EVERY 30 MILES


For the belt, did you have it on perfectly? If it's off one ridge, it will wear out and brake that quickly. If you did have in on perfectly, there might be a stuck pully someplace. Can you spin all pullys easily? Execpt for the crank that is of course. If not, that pully is causing the problem or I should say what ever the pully is attached too. Like altenator, steering pump, etc... As for the no start, I assume you mean it's not cranking over? I'm making sure, no offense intended. It was running fine then you shut it off, it wouldn't crank? If so, sounds like the problem with altenator. Which if it's siezed, never seen one though, it could be the problem for BOTH of your problems.

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