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2007 ford edge how to get stretch fit belt on the pulleys?
i can get the alt,ac and cranksft belt on and off fine its the power steering to crankshaft. i have a clicking noise every time the belt goes around and i dont want my fiance out on the road if the belt goes, so woundering if anyone has replaced it and has tips on doing so very tight location. the car has only 36000 miles and just replaced rear wheel hub and front brakes with in the last 2000 miles and begining to not trust car cus things keep breaking.
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Gates.com says you need a tool to install the belt. They also make belts to fit the water pump used on the 3.0 in the Escape, which needs no tool to install, and is non-adjustable.
Well, I lied. Gates throws away something... When I tried the links, I got bupkis. Search Gates.com automotive aftermarket. The belt is stretchy and you need a tool.
Product ID 74680016
Part # 91030
Product Description 91030 STRETCH FIT TOOL
Product ID 85560011
Part # K040357SF
Product Description K040357SF STRETCH FIT
Automotive -> Belts -> Micro-V® Stretch Fit® Belts
It's not how hard you work, it's how much you get done. Simplificate and add lightness
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