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Old 10-03-2014, 10:14 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Don and Barb View Post
It sounds like they over tightened the belt, or the pulley's are out of alignment. I've never seen a vehicle with a fan belt and a serpentine belt. I thought the purpose of the serpentine was to run all of the components.
There is one belt that runs "all the components" and a second one that runs the AC. Apparently the compressor is locked up, so back it goes to,the AC guys.

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Yes, a chilton's is the first book we got after we bought our old Honey... just remember... the year of the chassis is usually a year older than the house, unless you have a rebuilt motor... but they should have put the same year type motor in....I think, but I am no mechanic.....

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