Question about 1998 Chrysler Town & Country
Replace Tentor pully on 1998 Town and Country. Belt continue to come off. Have replaced all pullies. Has eaten three belts. The lining up of belt is off at the tentor pully
It very well could be the tensioner if it does not sit straight, or the idler pulley if the bearings have gone out, but usually 99% of the time it is the power steering pulley that is pulling out from the power steering pump, and that is usually what is causing the belt to mis-align especially at the waterpump pulley, check the alignment of that pulley very well.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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