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The engine runs and the belt is in good condition and turning the pullies. The bottom pully is turning but is not turning the shaft? Could it be a broken sheer pin? How do I get the pulley off?


The bottom pulley is usually the crankshaft pulley, which turns all the other pulleys. If belt is turning the shaft has to be turning it. I assume you are looking at the air conditioning compressor, which has an electric clutch which engages and then turns the inner part of the assembly. If freon pressure is low it will not turn on. You don't want to take it apart!

Jul 11, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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AC Compressor Bypass Pully


use a smaller belt use a pice of cord to measure

Nov 08, 2013 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Tried to replace my ac pully with a bypass pully removed all the bolts and I still can't get it budge to remove it.. I say for an hour trying but no luck help?


If you are installing a bypass pulley it will eliminate the A/C compressor thus eliminating your A/C. With that being said, you need to evacuate the system. (If there is anything in it), Remove the whole A/C compressor from the car and then install the bypass pulley where the compressor would mount to the engine. If you are trying to remove the pulley on the A/C compressor to replace it then you will need a special tool (A/C Clutch Pulley Puller) that is usually available at most auto parts store on the "Loan a Tool" programs.

Jul 10, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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The pully on the compressor is bad can i just leave off the compressor and bypass it with a different size belt


Yes. there are basically three ways:

1. Put in a new a/c compressor.

2. Try a smaller serpentine belt. If this model came also w/o a/c, that serpentine belt should work fine. If all Santa Fes came with a/c then like you were saying try a smaller belt. You might have to try different smaller belt sizes(as far as I know) until you really get it right, which is not easy.

3. See if they make an a/c compressor delete pully for your particular model. This is basically just a single standalone pully (dummy pully). Aftermarket companies do not make them for all models, but if they make it for yours, you can use the same serpentine belt w/o a compressor. The internet is the best place to check.

Sep 20, 2011 | 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe

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How to turn off air compressor on 1999 ford expedition


  • Under the hood in the relay panel will be a relay for the compressor. When you locate the relay box look on the underside of the lid for the legend (layout) of the relays. Pulling that relay will stop the compressor from turning on.
  • You can also just unhook the connector on the compressor and secure it to stop the compressor from turning on.
  • If you need the compressor clutch to not turn at all, like if the bearings are bad, then you need to buy a smaller belt to bypass the compressor all together.

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

Jul 19, 2011 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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Kenmore 795.75212402 My ice maker drips water in ice tray and makes one big friggen ice cube. Removed inspection plate from back,cleaned everything(quite dusty) and noticed the cooling fan does not kick...


The fan you are talking only come on when the compressor is on. If the compressor is on and the fan is not. Feel the compressor to make sure it is not really hot. BE CAREFUL is can be extremely hot. If is you may have a big problem. The compressor could have whats called warped the internal composent do to heat. It is suppose to be warm to a little hot. If the compressor is not that hot and comp is on than replace fan.
As far as the ice maker drippind. The silinoid in the inlet valve may not be closing all the way. Replace inlet.

Jul 16, 2011 | Kenmore Elite 22.4 cu. ft. Bottom Freezer...

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AC pully is not spining fast enough. Can the pully be repaired without changing out the compressor. Even when the AC is turned off pully does not free spin.


Intersting description, I do not understand the "fast enough" part.

If the pulley does not spin freely, something (bearing) is not right and the pulley clutch can be serviced without replacing the compressor.

Oct 10, 2009 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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03 Chevy Tahoe stalls out while taking a slow


have the a/c compressor checked, the a/c compressor might be locking up due to wear and bad bearings. one way to test is to try turning the compressor clutch while the ENGINE IS OFF, if the clutch is very hard to turn or won't turn at all by hand then the compressor is bad. the clutch is what turns the pully, the pully should spin freely, the compressor clutch is on the end of the compressor on the pully side.

Aug 16, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Need help with parts for air compressor.


Hi ,Crazy horse. information perfect . with a14.5 inch pully on the compressor and amotor running at 3450 rpm you can get with a 5 inch pully----1189.6 revs per min ---- with a 4 1/2 pully ---1071..6 revs per min so you hve to decide whether you want the max or the min from that compressor... If it was for me I would use the 5in . and set psi. with the cut in ---cut out switch ,this will be a good unit ,,if you need any more help don`t hesitate to call and thanks for the opportunityto help it is great when some one gives you good info .you did well

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