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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the belt, and check each pulley for resistance, or play. Each pulley should turn with ease, and have little to no play. Replace any pulleys that are found to be faulty. Check for pulley alignment. If the Crankshaft Pulley or any other pulley has loosened up, or not aligned properly, the belt will come right off. This is usually due to a frozen or faulty Idler Pulley or Tensioner Pulley. If all else checks out, ensure that the ribs are properly installed on each pulley, and no ribs are hanging off of any pulleys.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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