I've gone threw 3 of this damn things now, first I thought yeh a shit belt, then I put one that I had in the car on and then 2 weeks later it breaks, same thing again I think must have been a shit belt. Then I put in a brand new belt and same thing happens again!
The belt tensions were good so now I'm thinking something is wrong with the pulleys causing the belts to fray then eventually snap. But from what I can see there is nothing wrong with the pulleys!
Anyone had this problem and had a cure for it????
__________________ Ed Phat Drift Damaged Cobalt Blue 1994 EF XR8 5 spd
Fully optioned - Sunroof, cruise, body kit
Stock as a Rock for the moment
crodarian, if it wasn't the tensioner pulley which one was it, the one on the compressor??
I didnt think that the compressor pulley could be replaced.
Just asking as the bearing is making noise on my compressor..
well if you can't replace the one on the compressor then it must have been the tensioner one, i had my mechanic do it when he did a service. I just thought he told me it wasn't the tensioner. He said something about having different bearings in pulleys, and that determined whether they could be replaced or not
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