Question about 1994 Oldsmobile 88
If the pulley is not real loose or noisy when you spin it then leave it alone. Even a new pulley is a little loose as the play comes from the bearing inside it. here is a belt routing diagram you probably don't need. The threads on the pully are left hand thread. use the same wrench you used to remove the belt but go the opposite direction. good luck - here is the diagram you still don't need:http://www.ondemand5direct.com/app/Graphic.asp?S0=2097152&S1=0&SG=%7B9C3C573B%2D1C46%2D4AFC%2DAC24%2DEAD11C64CA9D%7D&YR=1994&MK=144&MD=1567&SM=1847&CAT=49&SCT=213&AG=A00051233&MKN=Oldsmobile&MDN=Eighty%2DEight+Royale&PS=524288&MA=15&SID=1069021359&MF=2&Ill=55360&Fig=9
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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