Question about 2001 Dodge Stratus
There is no routing chart in my car, I don't see the pulley to loosen. what I do see- 1/2 sprocket to turn crackshaft,crankshaft pulley has a weird rubber on it with no grooves for the belt. ? did something fall off the pulley and thats why the belt fell off?
Correct sounds like the balance pully fell apart, common problem.the outter ring with grooves to hold belt is held together by rubber,wears out and falls apart,must replace that crank pulley,remove center bolt use a puller to remove pully, then install new one and belt.( must be a puller for newer dodges 1999 and up to work.hope this is helpful.
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