Question about Dodge Sprinter
If you have a laser pointer you can point it down and line up all of the pulleys. If you have a pulley out of alignment then this will eat belts. Inspect the lower pulleys such as the harmonic balancer pulley etc. to see if there are any bent or out of alignment from running over things on the road. The belt will only go on one way. Just make sure that the smooth pulleys run on the top of the belt, and the grooved pulleys run on the bottom of the belt. Also if you don't get the idler pulley back on in the proper alignment then it will burn it up also. If you are putting all of the tension on one side of the idler, it will burn the bearings up in it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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