Question about 2005 Ford Explorer
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi, take the drive belt off. take your hand and check idler pulley see if bearing is bad on it move it up and down and side to side see if has play in it , plus spin it to hear if that is your noise ,also do water pump same way. These are your most likely problems. But also check all pulley's to be on safe side. if i can help you anymore please feel free to re post.
Thanks dodge tec
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