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Old 01-22-2004, 09:18 AM   #1
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Default 99 ssei Belt tensioner pulley gone....

So I opened my hood and I see the supercharge belt loose and of the pulleys. So I looked around to see what happen... Well the pulley on the supercharge belt tensioner was off and it looked like it was striped and fell off. I look around more and found the pulley wich it was melted striped from the inside on the floor of the engine.
So I went to the dealer driving in the same car, because the car can still run without the supercharge belt mounted. And the dealer is selling me the whole bracket for $136.00 instead of just the pulley. I wonder why can they sell the pulley by itself. So I didn't buy it and wrote you guys to get a better answer into replacing the pulley and put my supercharger back to work...
Also notice the smell of the supercharge oil slowly dripping from the supercharger pulley.

Could someone tell me first of all, how to post the pictures I've taken to show in this post of the exact pulley I'm writing about. And where would I be better getting the bracket wich comes with two pulleys below the ignition module, or the pulley by itself and where.

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Do you have any web space allocations?
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Hey guys, I looked in Parts America website and found the pulley. It'* the supercharge idler pulley Dayco makes it, and found a store near me to get it. So I went this afternoon after work and bought it, then replaced it, went for a ride and my baby is back to normal.

I don't have a website, "Fuddy...". So I can't really target any pics. I wish if there is another way of doing this, in case I have to really show you in order to understand me. That way we can solve the problem.

And I live in Boca Raton, Florida "Jr'* 3800"

Thank you guys, and I forgott HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
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You don't need a website, just space allocations. Check the package deal that you have with your ISP.
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I'll ask thanx.
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