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|Pulley Diameter:||82 in|
|Pulley Width:||27 in|
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Q:Do I need to buy "Dayco No Slack Idler/Tensioner Pulley", if I buy this product?
A:Yes, you would need to buy the Dayco No Slack Idler/Tensioner Pulley (Part No. 89147) along with the Dayco No Slack Automatic Belt Tensioner, Light Duty (Part No. 89322). For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:what car does this part go on?
A:For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.
Q:i warnt 2 knonw how 2 put on d belttentioner.
A:For step by step instructions i recommend that you go to your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and purchase a repair manual.
Q:does this part include the pulley
A:Yes this does include the pulley.
Q:When do you know when this part is going bad ?
A:Belt slipping (due to loss of tension). Watch the tensioner arm movement while the engine is idling. There should be a gentle arm motion as accessories turn on and off (such as the A/C compressor clutch engaging and disengaging). If the tensioner pulley does not move at all, the tensioner may be stuck. You can test for this later with the engine off. Also watch for excessive chattering or tensioner arm oscillation while the engine is idling. This can be caused by a worn damper inside the tensioner. Excessive arm oscillation should be viewed as a warning sign that the damper has possibly failed or is failing and the tensioner needs to be replaced now. If it is not replaced, it can have a hammering effect on nearby accessories causing the shaft bearings on the accessory to fail.