Question about Ford Ranger
Yes, the loose belt certainly seems to be the possible problem in this case. It's likeley the tensioner pulley has broken and needs to be replaced. Also, try to change the belt at the same time if any of the ribs are cracked or if the belt is frayed.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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