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CARQUEST by Dayco Belt Tensioner

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Dayco No Slack Automatic Belt Tensioners are specifically built to outperform and outlast competitive OE parts. Each component is built to resist rust, endure the toughest of conditions while promoting quieter performance and longer life.

Product Features:
  • Manufactured with a specially coated patented flat wire spring to allow the internal tension to be concentric, thus providing a more even degree of constant tension
  • The patented Deflected Arm Plate dampens arm movement, prolonging the life of the tensioner by limiting the amount of rotational movement
  • The heavy duty cast aluminum spring case resists cracking and fatigue
  • This tensioner is another Dayco product proudly made in the USA
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Belt Type:Serpentine
Mounting Type:Automatic
Pulley Diameter:76 in
Pulley Material:Steel
Pulley Type:Grooved
Pulley Width:38.1 in

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CARQUEST by DaycoBelt Tensioner
 
4.7

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5.0

High quality and excellent price

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Comments about CARQUEST by Dayco Belt Tensioner:

I prefer Dayco products over motorcraft and in my opinion , are the only substitute for factory grade.

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4.0

Just like the original

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from WNC

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Pros

  • Easy To Install

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Replacement

    Comments about CARQUEST by Dayco Belt Tensioner:

    Good replacement for the original. Easy fit and the keeper worked great.

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    5.0

    Actually, is medium or heavy duty

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    Pros

    • Easy To Install

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Replacement

      Comments about CARQUEST by Dayco Belt Tensioner:

      Like the original Motorcraft, this tensioner has the tab which allows you to change the belt or alternator easily. Pull hard on the belt and engage this tab, and the belt remains loose enough to change the alternator. When you're done, give the belt a hard pull, and the tab releases. This feature is not found on some other aftermarket tensioners.

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      • Q:

        Good day, I have a 2006 F-350 POWERSTROKE DIESEL 6.0 LITER DIRECT INJECTION TURBO DIESEL. The serpintine belt all of a sudden loosened up to the point where it doesn't do what it's supposed to. It was fine then loose and showed low battery. I'm assuming the Auto Belt Tensioner failed causing such slack. Does this sound right? Can it be adjusted or does it just need to be replaced? Also does replacing the tensioner and the belt require any special tools? Thank you Tom
        Asked on 8/31/2010 by Tom from Alaska

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          Just to be safe, I would replace the tensioner.

          Answered on 9/6/2010 by Mike from AAP
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          A:

          Someone may have engaged the tab to remove tension from the belt. If so, pull hard on the belt, and the tab should release and restore tension. Most likely the tensioner failed, and needs to be replaced. No special tools needed. Hardest part is removing the fan shroud and fan stator. No need to remove the fan--just unbolt the stator (4 or 5 bolts), and you can move the stator far enough ahead to change the belt and tensioner.

          Answered on 10/2/2010 by the fixer from Gaylord, MI
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