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Old 05-18-2004, 00:35   #1 (permalink)
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Why does my power steering belt fall off??? this is the second time in one week, first time it fell off by its self this time after a LITTLE burn out?? any ideas????
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Re: Power Steering belt falling...

something is not 'true', being maybe the power steering pulley, worn idler bearings or a wobbling harmonic balancer.. Check all the pulleys are aligned and spin true and freely

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All spin true.... i took it to my mechanic to put it back on, he checked all the above and found them all to be good... freaked him out too... hhhmmm what can this be.....
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Re: Power Steering belt falling...

MIne used to do it a lot I couldn't find anything wrong with the pulleys either and eventually it was replacing the belt that fixed it. Seems it was just a bit too worn to grip well enough at high revs with the wheels turned
Oh well, single belt setup fixed it better lol
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