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Old 05-04-2018, 01:53 AM   #1  
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Hi, like a title my serpentine belt jump on throat on harmonic balancer....
Why? What can I do to solve this problem?

I put it in place several times but continues to move

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Do you have a pulley that's not in line , you need to look at them all , it could be the crank pulley going bad .
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thanks for reply, when I've replaced old armonic balancer I think I tightened the bolt to the end.
How can I do now?
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thanks for reply, when I've replaced old armonic balancer I think I tightened the bolt to the end.
How can I do now?
Look at it from above.
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problem solved! it was the pulley (armonic balancer)not full tightened.
With the right tool it was a few minutes' work.
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Glad to hear your problem is fixed. Thank you for providing the solution!
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Yep. Thanks for the update.
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