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Son of a beesh. Lost belt driven items then parked her. The belt didn't break the pulley was just kind ...



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Old 04-19-2018, 12:24 AM
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05 crank pulley bolt

Son of a beesh. Lost belt driven items then parked her. The belt didn't break the pulley was just kind of kinked to the side. I removed the belt and retightened the bolt (didn't have a tq wrench) started her up and thought it was fine until I could get that bolt tq to spec. Tried to drive her tonight but the pulley is kinked again and all belt driven items not working. Took less than 500 miles from purchase date to get snake bitten. Thoughts on where to go from here?

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I think I might have been just turning the engine? It was is neutral when I wrenched her. Hmm. In first and 130lbs?
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The small bolts attach the drive-pulley to the vibration dampener.
Check with a mirror to see what is going on down there and while you're at it, have a look at the pulley too.
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The 21mm center bolt is the one that is loose, but I will check the others this next go around, thanks. I wasn't really thinking about the driveshaft spinning in neutral when tightning down is there a correct procedure for getting it tight while the truck is on the ground. Leave it in gear?

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Yup common for them to back out and let damper spin on crank about.
Bring her up the road and hour to me and I'll get ya right.
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The 21mm center bolt is the one that is loose, but I will check the others this next go around, thanks. I wasn't really thinking about the driveshaft spinning in neutral when tightning down is there a correct procedure for getting it tight while the truck is on the ground. Leave it in gear?

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Yes leave it in gear. But again that chirping noise was your damper cutting into crank and vice versa. New damper at minimum!
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Well that didn't work.
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After further examination there are small grooves inside the balancer. So fucked, curtain call.
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After further examination there are small grooves inside the balancer. So fucked, curtain call.
Not necessarily boss. I'll save her
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