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Can just the pulley be replaced on a 2005 4 cyl camry serpentine belt tensioner assembly? Hydraulic assembly is fine and seems silly to pay around 175 for the whole part if just the bearing on the pulley is going...if yes, part number?

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  • stephen Chiquoine May 21, 2011

    Bob

    No disrespect intended but this isn't an answer.....the OEM part shows as an arm w/ a hydraulic unit and a pulley....I just want to know if the pulley can be replaced and what the part number is for just the pulley>

  • stephen Chiquoine May 21, 2011

    not sure what happened to my first reply to my first "answer"....

    anyway, w/ all due respect...the first answer I got wasnt really an answer ("try a junk yard")

    any one actually had one of these off and know if the pulley alone can be replaced?

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Hello
The tensioner is only sold as a complete part, arm and pulley, I show it to be less than $100.00 Here is the web site I use for parts and the part number of the tensioner assembly.

www.rockauto.com

DAYCO Part # 89360 {#89360FN} Belt Tensioner Assembly
can just the pulley be - us.gif ca.gif Automatic Belt Tensioner $96.79 [USD]

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Probably a dealer or salvage yard item but yes.

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    Step 1--Examine the belt placement of your Toyota Camry fan belt so that you will remember how to put it back once you have removed it. Refer to the vehicle owner's manual for further information. Locate the pivot bolt on the front passenger side of the engine. Loosen the pivot bolt with a socket wrench.


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    Step 6--Turn the vehicle engine on and watch it for a few minutes to verify that everything is operating properly, then turn the engine off.


    Please refer to these links for serpentine belt diagrams—

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    Serpentine belt on a Toyota camry Link 2

    Please do accept the solution and revert for further assistance.

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