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Old 08-11-2006, 03:42 PM   #1
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I seem to be on a roll and happen to have the camera handy. Anyone know what where and part number of the pulley that is in focus just above the CV boot? It'* starting to make a slight noise at idle.

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Which car is that on? The '90 or the '95?
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Sorry............My Bad..................95 SSEi.......I was to busy trying to figure out how to post it.
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Well, since I honestly am not familiar with the SSEi routing, take this as a guess, but it looks to be your idler pulley. Is it attached to anything else or does it just spin in place?
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On a 95...I thinky that'* a tensioner pulley. You can remove the pulley only w/o having to replace the entire tensioning assembly. Measure the diameter and I can pick one up and include it when I ship the next package to Canada....
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I'll go out and check this afternoon, but I do believe it'* the idler pulley. I had forgotten what they we're called.

Thanks for the suggestion lash.
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On a 95...I thinky that'* a tensioner pulley. You can remove the pulley only w/o having to replace the entire tensioning assembly. Measure the diameter and I can pick one up and include it when I ship the next package to Canada....
Thanks Bill, is there a techinfo on how to remove it? Did I remember someone posting that it'* reverse thread?
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On a 95...I thinky that'* a tensioner pulley. You can remove the pulley only w/o having to replace the entire tensioning assembly. Measure the diameter and I can pick one up and include it when I ship the next package to Canada....
Thanks Bill, is there a techinfo on how to remove it? Did I remember someone posting that it'* reverse thread?
It'* left-hand thread. Don't forget that!
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On a 95...I thinky that'* a tensioner pulley. You can remove the pulley only w/o having to replace the entire tensioning assembly. Measure the diameter and I can pick one up and include it when I ship the next package to Canada....
Thanks Bill, is there a techinfo on how to remove it? Did I remember someone posting that it'* reverse thread?
It'* left-hand thread. Don't forget that!
Even that confuses me sometimes... lefty loosey or righty loosey?
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righty loosey.

Towards the firewall is tight, towards the front of the car is loosen.
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