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I am trying to replace the tensioner pulley on a 2000 chrysler town

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How stop the serpentine belt from fallen off the tensioner on a 1993 town & country. Is there a aftermarket pulley wheel for that tensioner to replace the flaw problems.


My 1991 Grand Caravan did that too. It had the 3.3L engine just the the T&C (91-93). The tensioner was the problem, hit a puddle on the right side and you'd feel the power steering go and then right away the engine would start to heat up. I tried making the belt come off, but could never duplicate it, only splashing through puddles of rain or wet slush would do it. I never found a tensioner with shoulders on it, but a new one like the original fixed it.

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may be better off just replacing the whole alternator unless just the pulley is bad. If just pulley is bad should be a simple fix & fairly cheap as well. Are you having a charging issue? If so stop by your local "Advance Auto" where they'll test your whole charging system for free & probably refer you to a good mechanic as well! Good Luck!

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REMOVE SPLASH SHIELD THEN REMOVE THE ALTERNATOR AND AIR CONDITIONER COMPRESSOR DRIVE BELT.THEN REMOVE THE TENSIONER CENTER BOLT.THEN REMOVE TENSIONER.INSTALL THE NEW TENSIONER TORQUE TO 40 FT LBS FOR FOUR CYLINDER ENGINE.TORQUE TENSIONER BOLT 20 FT LBS FOR THE V6 ENGINES.

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How to replace a tension pulley in a 1999 chrysler town and country


usually by the time the pulley is bad, it needs the tensioner also. Replace the tensioner assembly. I would have a shop do it. you need to get under and to the back of the engine.

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Describe your 1999 Chrysler Town & Country Problem, Belt replacement , cna't seem to get belt tensioner to move when trying to remove belt.


The belt tensioner actually has a locking feature on it. Once the tensioner is in place you are supposed to tighten the bolt center of the tensioner pully which locks in in place. Try loosening this bolt slightly and then moving the tensioner.

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