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alternator pulley bent

i was looking around in my engine bay and i realized my belt is unusually worn.. my alternator pulley is bent and causing it to rub the belt int a wierd way. is it replaceable? just the pulley i mean?.

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post #2 of 4 Old 02-10-2009, 02:26 PM
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Yes, the pulley is replaceable. Just spin the shaft with the pulley off to make sure that the problem is in the pulley, and not in the shaft itself. I would bet on the pulley, but you never know.

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deffinatly the pulley its visable damaged on the lip where the belt touches. where can i find a replacement? i searched on az website and cannot find it.
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Try a more "traditional" auto parts store, like NAPA. They can usually get more items like these than the "big box store" chains.

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