Question about 2002 Dodge Neon
How to do i pull the pulley off and put a new one on.
The power steering and A/C belt is tensioned by a tensioner pulley. Mine went bad and was "screaming" I thought it was the power steering pump and I replaced it only to find that it wasn't the problem. I couldn't find any bolts and deemed it too much of a problem for me to replace at home. The shop had to drop the engine and transaxle assembly from the engine bay in order to get enough room to replace the pulley. The problem with many FWD cars is having enough room to work so if you have to replace it, the engine has to move because you only have about two inches of room otherwise.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
No need to pull off pullys. The belts are tensioned by the alternator adjustment, or by a belt idler that is on a spring loaded arm
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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