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Mercedes 220cdi year 2000,diesel

Very bad vibration from the serpentine belt,fitted new belt,power steering pump,belt tentioner,idle pulley ,and checked that all the pulleys are in line but it is still vibrating any ideas,thanks derek

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Have you replaced the damper on the tensioner? very common fault.

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Haw change oil in gear box(automatic transmision)to mercedes-benz c220cdi year 2000.

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How to change powerstering pump chevy uplander


I just finished replacing mine.

It is much easier if you do these steps:

1. Remove the serpentine belt.
2. Remove the nuts holding the main fuse box over the battery.
3. Remove the reinforcing bar over the battery.
4. Remove the battery.
5. Remove the windsheild washer tank.
6. Now you have access to remove the pump pulley. Without removing the stuff, it may be possible, but it will be extremely difficult.
7. Remove the pump pulley.
8. Loosen the high pressure hose fitting.
9. Remove the return line clamp.
10. Remove the power steering pump mounting bolts.
11. Remove the high pressure hose fitting.
12. Remove the power steering pump while sliding off the low pressure hose.
13. Remove the clips holding the reservoir on the pump.
14. Remove the reservoir.
15. Install new o-ring on the reservoir.
16. Install reservoir on new pump.
17. Install clips to hold reservoir on pump.
18. Install new o-ring on high pressure fitting.
19. Place new pump in position while sliding on low pressure hose.
20. Loosely attache high pressure fitting.
21. Tighten pump to mounts.
22. Tighten high pressure fitting.
23. Install clamp on low pressure hose.
24. Install power steering pulley.
25. Install washer reservoir.
26. Install battery.
27. Install reinforcing cross member.
28. Install fuse panel.
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30. Bleed the power steering system.

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I understand the 2006 sonata has a timing chain and not belt but I see a belt of some kind on the engine, what is it?


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That belt you have seen is a balancer belt, used mainly to eliminate the engines vibration. Actually invented by Mitsubishi, as we all know Hyundai and Mitsubishi have common designs. Thus, all Mitsubishi patented design can have Hyundai's stamp on it!
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My serpentine belt ripped an 1/8th of an inch piece off of my serpentine belt on my 2005 Dadge Ram 3500 diesel 4x4 truck. Also, my powersteering starting pouring out like crazy? Any tips?


Sounds as though one or more pulleys maybe bad. Take off the belt,firmly shake each pulley to be sure all are secure. The power steering pump pulley shaft has most likely gone bad. May need to replace.

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How to adjust a tensioner on a 2001 chrysler voyager


You mean your belt tentioner, serpentine belt, it is not adjustable if your belt is coming off you have a bad tentioner, bad pulley or your power stering pump is leaken and your belt is soaked, if oilly firts found your leak (most common is a hose from reservoir to pump) then replace belt with a cheap belt (had lost of trouble with Life time or hi dollar belts), in the mean time also inspect your tentioner if ani play side ways replace it, also remove idle pulley and spun it close to your ear, if any noise replace it, you may get away with a single item changed, but for trouble free time, replace all items: belt tentioner ($38) idle pulley($25) serpentine belt ($25)

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2002 mustang GT serpentine routing


Hope this helps ya.. Cobra... :-)
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Item Part Number Description 1 10344 Generator pulley 2 8620 Drive belt 3 8A528 Water pump pulley 4 3D673 Power steering pump pulley 5 63126 Crankshaft vibration damper 6 2E884 A/C clutch pulley 7 6B209 Drive belt tensioner 8 19A216 Belt idler pulley 9 19A216 Belt idler pulley

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Serpentine belt diagrm


Not sure if you have the 3.0L 2V or the 3L 4V so heres both. Hope it helps.. Cobra,, :-)
Accessory Drive Component Locations 3.0L (2V)a0007698.gif
Item Part Number Description 1 10346 Generator pulley 2 8678 Belt idler pulley 3 3A733 Power steering pump pulley 4 8620 Drive belt 5 2E884 A/C clutch pulley 6 6B209 Drive belt tensioner pulley 7 6312 Crankshaft pulley 8 8509 Water pump pulley

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Item Part Number Description 1 3A733 Power steering pump pulley 2 8509 Water pump pulley 3 2E884 A/C clutch pulley 4 8620 Drive belt 5 6312 Crankshaft pulley 6 6B209 Drive belt tensioner pulley 7 10346 Generator pulley

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Diesel Serpentine Belt


I have never heard of a spare pulley on an engine. If everything is working, (alternator, water pump, power steering, AC compressor ) then I guess I would not worry about it. The only other thing could be that some one placed a belt on the truck just to get it by until they could get a correct belt to fit. They are routed on top and below pulleys and it is possible to skip a pulley temporarily if you get a smaller one to get you by until the correct one can be located. Good luck

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Engine whine


Could be anything that is attached to the serpentine belt. ie: starter, water pump, A/C compressor, tensioners, steering pump.

My guess is a bad idler pulley bearing (cheapest to replace).

How many miles, what year is vehicle?

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Serpentine belt diagram for a 5.9 diesel with air and 9 pulleys


5.9L DIESEL
196759.jpg The 5.9L diesel engine accessory drive system (with a/c) consists of :
  1. Generator Pulley (1)
  2. Water Pump Pulley (2)
  3. Idler Pulley (3)
  4. Power Steering Pump Pulley (4)
  5. Radiator Fan Pulley (5)
  6. Crankshaft Pulley (6)
  7. Automatic Tensioner (7)
  8. A/C Compressor Pump Pulley (8)
CAUTION: When installing the accessory drive belt, the belt must be routed correctly. If not, engine may overheat due to water pump rotating in wrong direction. Refer to or for correct engine belt routing. The correct belt with correct length must be used.
1. Position drive belt over all pulleys except water pump pulley. 2. Attach a 1/2 inch ratchet to tensioner.


196757.jpg The 5.9L diesel engine accessory drive system (without a/c) consists of :
  1. Generator Pulley (1)
  2. Water Pump Pulley (2)
  3. Idler Pulley (3)
  4. Power Steering Pump Pulley (4)
  5. Radiator Fan Pulley (5)
  6. Crankshaft Pulley (6)
  7. Automatic Tensioner (7)
3. Rotate ratchet and belt tensioner clockwise. Place belt over water pump pulley. Let tensioner rotate back into place. Remove ratchet. Be sure belt is properly seated on all pulleys.

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