Question about 1998 Plymouth Neon
Sounds like either the belts routed wrong or the tensioner isn't tensioning anymore. Any pulley that seems to have no pump alternator etc. should be one or two look for one that has a spring or with an arm that moves a wrachet could be inserted into a square hole on it to pull it back in many cases. Some wont have the fitting though and you'd have to use a pry bar or something. Any way hope it helps
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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