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Old 07-24-2010, 11:07 AM
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Serpentine Belt Diagram

Does anyone have a picture or diagram of the drive belt system, number of idle pulley/belt tensioner. I have only one alternator, the issue I'm dealing with is a sqweelling noise coming from the front of the motor, and I would like to get some insight as what I might have to replace.

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Maybe this will help,,,

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Awesome picture! Thanks for posting!

I'm trying to change out my alternator on my 2007 F250 diesel and couldn't find the tensioner. I'm going find it now...thanks for the pic.
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Need to no what size to use to bypass ac/ compressor

Hello everyone. I have a 2003 Ford 350 power stroke and the / compressor went out. I'm trying to bypass it and put a shorter belt on it but do not know the size. Does anyone know what size belt I need. Thanks if anyone can help
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Hello everyone. I have a 2003 Ford 350 power stroke and the / compressor went out. I'm trying to bypass it and put a shorter belt on it but do not know the size. Does anyone know what size belt I need. Thanks if anyone can help
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Is the compressor still in place?
If yes you may find it less work to just remove the nut in the center of
the clutch and that will let the pulley just spin. If the pulley locked up
then your going to have more fun. The clutch is lower left of the top
image. You just remove that nut in the center. The pulley rides on a bearing
that sits on the compressor nose. It's held in place with a snap-ring and
an interference fit.




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Is the compressor still in place?
If yes you may find it less work to just remove the nut in the center of
the clutch and that will let the pulley just spin. If the pulley locked up
then your going to have more fun. The clutch is lower left of the top
image. You just remove that nut in the center. The pulley rides on a bearing
that sits on the compressor nose. It's held in place with a snap-ring and
an interference fit.


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Yes the compressor is still in place. And if I do remove the bolt and it do crank. Can I drive the truck like that. Is so for how long. I put a new fuse in it and it keep blowing. The fuse for the ac clutch I mean. Thanks. I'm going to try it and let you no.
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Once that bolt is out you can drive it all you want. What it does is remove the
compressor from the system by not letting the clutch plate close down onto the
pulley. When you remove it look for the small washers on the shaft and also remove
them and save in a safe place with the clutch and bolt.




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