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Old 10-25-2017, 04:45 PM   #15
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Glad that solved your problem. Wish it had solved mine. As I mentioned pulley bearings were going but I still have a noise that must be the fan clutch.
You did the tensioner and it's pulley in addition to the idler puller too right? From the ground, reach up and spin the fan blade(engine off). If it turns more that 1/2 turn before stopping it is on it's way out....more than that it's toast. I checked mine while under there...barely 1/4 turn. I found a good video while searching:


Here are the part numbers that O'Reilleys found for me:

idler pulley- Dayco 89006
Tensioner/pulley assembly- Gates 38258
108" belt- Gates K061080
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Yes, replaced idler, tensioner and belt. Clutch feels good and I know it's working, pretty hard not to hear that roar when it locks up.
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Describe the noise. I got rid of the angry sparrows, what is left is a whining noise....not loud, but it's always there.
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